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(Promo EP GR/RM-0001) (2003)

Songwriters Johnny Jace and Mark Regula have put together ITP. This four-track EP includes the standout 'Burning', a slap bass driven ditty that reminded me of a Continental European band trying to to do American: it's a little bit lightweight but catchy nevertheless. It perhaps comes as a surprise, then, that this band hails from New York. The fourth track 'Way Too Late' continues this vein.

It's melodic and probably not representative of a full album. But it's definitely time-warp stuff and you wish they'd just cut out the eighties synths, crank up some grunge guitar, and make it a bit more 2003.

As if to reiterate the eighties feel, the band's early single 'My Name'(reissued here) includes a keyboard nod to Supertramp. Ah, now those were the days!


© 2003 Ivory Tower Project/Guerrilla Records. All rights reserved.


Review by James Rutherford

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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