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Download links and information about Box by Mellowdrone. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 48:16 minutes.

Artist: Mellowdrone
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 48:16
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No. Title Length
1. C'Mon Try a Little Bit 2:25
2. Oh My 3:27
3. Four Leaf Clover 3:11
4. Fashionably Uninvited 3:50
5. Beautiful Day 2:27
6. F**k It Man 3:50
7. Whatever the Deal 3:56
8. Madison 3:04
9. And Repeat 3:32
10. Orange Marmalade 3:37
11. Amazing 4:21
12. Bone Marrow 3:48
13. Limb to Limb 3:42
14. It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday 3:06



The edgy, highly textured, and propulsive energy of this band — essentially the duo of singer, guitarist, and chief songwriter Jonathan Bates and guitarist Tony DeMatteo, but there are two other members — completely fails to live up to its name. And that's a good and exciting thing, even the total point, for fans who like a mix of hypnotic dance beats and blistering, in-your-face rock. The two-and-a-half-minute opening track, "C'mon Try a Little Bit," is irresistible rumbling ambient new age rock bliss, building in intensity with a whispery vocal invitation to a unique musical experience. "Oh My" chimes in next, with its mix of jangly guitars, '80s-flavored dance beats, and fiery rock intensity. There's something of a mercurial vision throughout the 13 songs, as simple folksy introductions become trippy sonic fusions and later true explosions ("Four Leaf Clover"). The tracks shift effortlessly from moody space pop that bubbles with spacy textures ("Limb to Limb") to cut-like-a-knife synth pop throbbing with post-disco grooves ("Amazing"). Then there are brooding new wave hybrids with slyly catchy melodies ("Fashionable Uninvited"). The retro-meets-modern vibe and otherworldliness throughout are partly fashioned by producer Tony Berg, who is best known for his work with X and Beck.