You Am I

Sound as Ever

This group follow the line toed by groups like The Offspring, Green Day, and other punk-pop bands that mix the Seattle sound with guitar oriented power-pop. Except that You am I's music is more abrasive and less catchy, at least on this album. Guitarist Tim Rogers manages to produce quite a few good riffs and the drumming by Mark Tunaley is solid, but there's nothing new here except for the melody in Ordinary.

Music ramblings || Ram Samudrala ||