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Live Love Laugh
  • Artist: Lions
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884502102048
  • Item #: 511900X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1/6/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Live Love Laugh on CD

Chris Millar, Liz Dumenko, and Justin Luchinski are an affable and talented family who use their rough edges to consistently create songs which possess that oh so delicate balance that allows them to nuzzle into your ear and take root in your mind. For 'Live, Love, Laugh,' the quartet explore a world beyond the pop sensibilities of their forbearers. The album begins with the familiar rock of ages that has brought The Lions acclaim regionally and internationally[w/ The Lions, Sounds Familiar & RocknRoll Lounge (sessions ep)]; a uniquely derivative take on rock n roll for the everyman. Songs like 'Birds & Bees,' 'Magic,' and the first single: 'Screaming Gun,' stand tall against anything released since the days when the Gallagher brothers still had their nasal septums. 'Red Roses,' a haunting tale of spoiled fame, marks a fork in the road for the band, as The Lions turn their amps down to ten and put the full range of their musical abilities on parade. 'Lonely Lover' is dirty blues, the likes of which has gone largely unseen since Mick, Keith, et al. Were rolling with Andy Warhol, while 'Little Red Robin' makes up for a lack of lyrics by creating tangible warmth throughout the shoulders and spines of listeners. Much like making love or knitting, The Lions get better and better with practice, and 'Live, Love, Laugh' marks the next stop for the band along the path of inevitability.