The Features
   
Some Kind Of Salvation
   
   

Release Date: July 28, 2009
Produced by: Jaquire King, Brian Carter, and The Features
Format: CD

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08/21/2009
Matt Rowe


 

The Features' latest album, Some Kind of Salvation, has a party spirit inhabiting it.  Filled to the brim with a collection of strong tracks, this album is the kind of album that we anxiously await.  The songs are not your usual set of tracks that you've become accustomed to hearing on radios and friends' CDs.  No, The Features are much more lively than that, borrowing from the Power Pop that we've heard from Cheap Trick.  Even so, there are elements of Some Kind of Salvation that are refreshingly a step apart from any many other bands that you'll likely hear during this year. 

The Features are a polished band from the eastern realms of Tennessee, Nashville to be exact.  Some Kind of Salvation is the last kind of album you'd expect from that region.  But now that The Features are here, you owe it to your Power Pop-loving selves to investigate that which you'll instantly be fond of.  That's Some Kind of Salvation.  Trust me. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 



 
     
     
     

 

 

   
 
     

 

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