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Somewhere In This Town

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All-Reviews.com Music Review: Somewhere In This Town

Artist: Seks Bomba
Genre: Rock
Release Date: May 2001


Review by Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
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Seks Bombaís "Somewhere In This Town" is a cross between your best surf-instro and spy thriller movie soundtrack band. They merge some excellent twang and instrumental by employing divergent methods. The best of both worlds are engaged. What you will hear is pieces of traditional surf and modern technology with a twist for a snappy and fresh sound, much like a cool sea breeze coming off the wake of large wave, a musical wave.

The vocals are those that you would hear playing in the background of a James Bond flick from the sixties. "It Takes Two To Tango", an original, is throwback that is done very well. Bacharachís "Casino Royale" is given the full treatment, and it sounds great. Manciniís "Charade" would make any composer proud. The instrumentals like "Mattís Bossa" are excellent examples of the groupís ability to implement sounds that are tropical and inviting while using a sexy saxophone to make it sound upbeat and stylish all at the same time.

I really look forward to every Seks Bomba release. They have the knack for mixing it up by using all the styles available to them in the genre so it never gets boring or stale. This CD is highly recommended.

1. Bomba Au Go Go
2. Happy Hour
3. It Takes Two To Tango
4. 5-0-5!!!
5. Morfina
6. Love Me Pts. I & II
7. Sicilian Civilian
8. I.R.O.C.
9. Strangely Familiar
10. Agua De beber (Water To Drink)
11. Casino Royale
12. Charade
13. Fresh Perked
14. Somewhere In This Town

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