This record as a whole is a brilliant piece of soulful art.
Led Zeppelin. Seriously.
Garage rock with jazzy, funky bits and soul galore.
A sing-a-long metal album with country heart and soul.
The soundtrack to a late-night rave in Gotham City just before Batman shows up.
This record drips with emotion and the sadness is real.
An amalgamation of soulful sounds à la 1960s Stax Records and country music styles born and bred in the East Tennessee hills.
There is a little bit of Tom Petty, a dash of Bryan Adams, and a pinch of Tom Waits all mixed into the Kieferness.
This record sounds like ABBA got way into Salman Rushdie, tattooed pentagrams on their arms, and decided to write an album praising the beast with many names.
Listening to this album will teach you about where free agency comes from, the fact that perfect pitching never guarantees a win, the mysterious death of an early baseball great, and more.
It is tongue-in-cheek angsty music for teenagers driving around in their mom’s Toyota Corolla
This album sounds like something you would hear on the sound system in that store at the mall that sells skateboards, Vans, and overpriced t-shirts.
Family Tree is a backroad driving, horseshoe pitching, beer-drinking record.
This album is as close as you will ever get to sitting at Graceland and listening in on a late night jam session with The King.
Encore oozes soul.