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Diamonds

by Los Lonely Boys

Diamonds by Los Lonely Boys

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Diamonds

by Los Lonely Boys

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Label: Epic/Or Music
This EP finds Los Lonely boys singing every syllable of "Diamonds" in perfect three-part harmonies. Their rootsy sound mixed with a strong melody is catchier than a commercial jingle and sounds like they're going for a Hollywood film soundtrack. The B-sides include a funked-up live version of Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" and a guitar-heavy rocker called "My Loneliness," that comes off like a Chicano version of the Stray Cats.

About This Album

This EP finds Los Lonely boys singing every syllable of "Diamonds" in perfect three-part harmonies. Their rootsy sound mixed with a strong melody is catchier than a commercial jingle and sounds like they're going for a Hollywood film soundtrack. The B-sides include a funked-up live version of Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" and a guitar-heavy rocker called "My Loneliness," that comes off like a Chicano version of the Stray Cats.

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About This Album

This EP finds Los Lonely boys singing every syllable of "Diamonds" in perfect three-part harmonies. Their rootsy sound mixed with a strong melody is catchier than a commercial jingle and sounds like they're going for a Hollywood film soundtrack. The B-sides include a funked-up live version of Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" and a guitar-heavy rocker called "My Loneliness," that comes off like a Chicano version of the Stray Cats.