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Collective Works
  • Artist: Only Us
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 673885053029
  • Item #: SRD505302
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 9/6/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Collective Works on CD

ONLY US is a Southern California based band comprised of two principal members, Jess Jebrail and G.L. Plumlee IV. Only Us started as a therapeutic release, a mission into the musical depths of the soul bound by no restrictions or limitations. Since the initial formation the duo has continued to progressively cultivate a unique lineup of diverse musicianship. Their vision is to allow musical creativity to flow from the soul utilizing many different influences to form their distinct and profound sound which they hope to shed onto their fans through a receptive brainwave. Here is what people are saying about the new full length album Collective Works. 'The synergy of the album is amazing. Collective Works contains psychedelic sounds while maintaining a very high level of musicianship.' -Rick Oyer, No Cover Magazine 'Instruments bulldoze their way through new synthetic styles forged on the tip of the past's spire for structurally guided measure. All the risks that go with experimenting are well-tailored and masterfully produced, this is what we come to expect from this montage of sound.' -Peter Herz, Silverlake Indie 'Incredibly different, yet I can't pull myself away.' -Adam Waltemire, PGR '17 refreshing eclectic blends.' 'The world without borders, races without color, culture without prejudice, opinion without prosecution.'