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Killmeiloveyou
  • Artist: Hojas Rojas
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 789577502727
  • Item #: CDBY750272
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Killmeiloveyou on CD

Hojas Rojas KILLMEILOVEYOU band/album info Minneapolis pop/rock/electronic explorers HOJAS ROJAS spent the last year working on their debut album- KILLMEILOVEYOU- with wiz-producer Mark Stockert (Underwood Studios), and are releasing it on the burgeoning Magnolia Recording Co. Label. The band was formed in 2004 by singer/multi-instrumentalist D.J. Kukielka and now features the mighty talents of New Congress member Manuel Guzman on bass, Ceturions/Spikedriver drummer Tim Hovanetz and guitarist T.J. Shaffer. The band has undergone a spectacular metamorphosis and incorporated new members to forge a truly unique sound that nearly defies categorization of any kind. KILLMEILOVEYOU literally bounces from one extreme to the next at the drop of a hat- from tender, teasing ballads like "I Hope it Snows," which brings to mind the fuzzy alt-pop of Teenage Fanclub, to sonically aroused keyboard driven anthems like "Sunbeam," to quirky, Pink Floyd-ian sound collages like "Rainfall," and the electronic-laden alt-country opener "You Don't Know Me at All." KILLMEILOVEYOU is alternately a howling, spitting, careening beast on the loose and a gentle, half-drunk bar-stool philosopher, the record courageously batters down the walls dividing roadhouse-raunch, electronic music, and sugary pop, leaving an indelible imprint on even the most jaded listener. Four Stars - lunchofchampions. Info Excerpt - "If The Legend of Zelda were a full length film by Ang Lee, this album would be the soundtrack."