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When The Devil's Loose

by A. A. Bondy

When The Devil's Loose by A. A. Bondy

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When The Devil's Loose

by A. A. Bondy

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Label: Fat Possum Records
Though Verbana's angst-packed alt-rock always betrayed a love for Americana, no one could've foreseen lead singer A.A. Bondy's transformation into a folk-pop troubadour. On his second album, the dude's melancholic croon possesses more than a passing resemblance to that of Vetiver's Andy Cabic. At the same time, the Alabama-born Bondy is more in tune with his southern roots than Cabic (who is Virginian by birth). Ultimately, though, Bondy is no copy cat, and When the Devil's Loose is a darn good listen.

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Though Verbana's angst-packed alt-rock always betrayed a love for Americana, no one could've foreseen lead singer A.A. Bondy's transformation into a folk-pop troubadour. On his second album, the dude's melancholic croon possesses more than a passing resemblance to that of Vetiver's Andy Cabic. At the same time, the Alabama-born Bondy is more in tune with his southern roots than Cabic (who is Virginian by birth). Ultimately, though, Bondy is no copy cat, and When the Devil's Loose is a darn good listen.

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About This Album

Though Verbana's angst-packed alt-rock always betrayed a love for Americana, no one could've foreseen lead singer A.A. Bondy's transformation into a folk-pop troubadour. On his second album, the dude's melancholic croon possesses more than a passing resemblance to that of Vetiver's Andy Cabic. At the same time, the Alabama-born Bondy is more in tune with his southern roots than Cabic (who is Virginian by birth). Ultimately, though, Bondy is no copy cat, and When the Devil's Loose is a darn good listen.