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Hypnotic Nights [VINYL]

Jeff the Brotherhood Vinyl
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The best rock ’n’ roll, the kind that gets under your skin and makes all your senses heighten, is simple and comprised of hard work and unrelenting passion—all of which JEFF The Brotherhood embody and exemplify on their Warner Bros. Records debut LP, Hypnotic Nights. Brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall have been playing together since they were little kids and formed the group ... Read more in Amazon's Jeff the Brotherhood Store

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  • Vinyl (17 July 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B0088XQEP6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 412,307 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.0 out of 5 stars Solid, but unspectacular 20 July 2013
Format:Vinyl|Verified Purchase
For the past few years, Nashville two-piece Jeff the Brotherhood have been one of the best bands on the US underground scene, with their beguiling mix of scuzzy Ramones pop, bludgeoning stoner riffage and brutal live shows. Their previous two albums, Heavy Days and We Are the Champions showcased this sound to great effect, coming across at times as a bizarre hybrid of Weezer and the Melvins. This album continues in much the same vein, although sadly there's too much of the hand of the producer for it to match the high standards of its predecessors. Six Pack is a great single, and songs like Dark Energy and Country Life retain the pop hooks and muscular rock of their earlier work, but everything is just a little too clean, the buzzsaw edge gone and the whole package feels just a little too polished for its own good, as if the execs at Warner have fixated on the bands melodic sensibilites and are determined to turn them into a power-pop group. The frustrating thing is that there are some great songs on here, but they're hidden beneath too many layers of studio production, with the unfortunate result of turning a potentially great album into merely a good one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Gift 7 Feb 2013
Format:Vinyl|Verified Purchase
The Hypnotic Nights vinyl was a really big hit and met all expectations. It was the perfect gift. Highly recommended.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed (but Mostly Good) Bag of Distorted Alt Rock 18 July 2012
By T. A. Daniel - Published on Amazon.com
Composed of two Nashville-based brothers (Jake and Jamin Orrall), JEFF the Brotherhood is a guitar-drums duo like the Black Keys or the White Stripes. The band's music, however, isn't like either of those bands (even though the The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach produces here). This album serves as the band's major-label debut, and HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is another entry of distorted, fuzzy, punk-rock that sounds like mid-90's alternative.

Beginning with the fantastic "Country Life," HYPNOTIC NIGHTS hits the ground running. The song is a great summer anthem, laced with a touches of saxophone and electronics. The following song, "Sixpack" has many of the same qualities, and these two songs start the album out with a pair of its best tracks. Unfortunately, things stall with "Mystic Portal II", a song that doesn't pack much of a punch and finds the band sounding bored with itself. "Wood Ox" sounds like it has potential, but vocalist Jake Orrall sounds detached and bored with himself midway through. Unfortunately, much of the back half of the album carries this feeling. "Region of Fire" slows the album down completely with its judicious use of sitar. "Dark Energy" feels a bit more serious than other songs on the album, and it pays off -- it's a slowburning, distorted, stoner-rock tune that takes its time. The album concludes with "Changes," a Black Sabbath reinterpretation that the band makes their own. Mellow, slow, and laced with synthesizer, it's strange way to end the album, especially given that the band doesn't really seem to take it too seriously.

Fans of Weezer, the Ramones, or Pavement will probably find material here to love; HYPNOTIC NIGHTS sounds like a blending of the three bands. For fans of JEFF the Brotherhood, HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is a fine entry into the band's canon. Listeners unfamiliar with the band would probably do well to start listening here Standout songs to sample/download: "Country Life," "Sixpack," and "Hyponitic Mind." This album can be frustrating -- it begins with its two best songs, and many of the latter songs feel as if they have more potential than is put on record.

(Additional Release Information)
The deluxe version of HYPNOTIC NIGHTS (Hypnotic Nights (Deluxe Version)) includes two bonus tracks: "Master of the Universe" and "I'm a Freak." Both of these songs are covers and recorded live. "Master of the Universe" is a Hawkwind cover, and "I'm a Freak" comes from Wicked Lady (both bands from the 1970's). These songs are fine, but not essential -- recommended only for JEFF the Brotherhood fans.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Mixed (but Mostly Good) Bag 17 July 2012
By T. A. Daniel - Published on Amazon.com
Composed of two Nashville-based brothers (Jake and Jamin Orrall), JEFF the Brotherhood is a guitar-drums duo like the Black Keys or the White Stripes. The band's music, however, isn't like either of those bands (even though the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach produces here). This album serves as the band's major-label debut, and HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is another entry of distorted, fuzzy, punk-rock that sounds like mid-90's alternative.

Beginning with the fantastic "Country Life," HYPNOTIC NIGHTS hits the ground running. The song is a great summer anthem, laced with a touches of saxophone and electronics. The following song, "Sixpack" has many of the same qualities, and these two songs start the album out with a pair of its best tracks. Unfortunately, things stall with "Mystic Portal II", a song that doesn't pack much of a punch and finds the band sounding bored with itself. "Wood Ox" sounds like it has potential, but vocalist Jake Orrall sounds detached and bored with himself midway through. Unfortunately, much of the back half of the album carries this feeling. "Region of Fire" slows the album down completely with its judicious use of sitar. "Dark Energy" feels a bit more serious than other songs on the album, and it pays off -- it's a slowburning, distorted, stoner-rock tune that takes its time. The album concludes with "Changes," a Black Sabbath reinterpretation that the band makes their own. Mellow, slow, and laced with synthesizer, it's strange way to end the album, especially given that the band doesn't really seem to take it too seriously.

Fans of Weezer, the Ramones, or Pavement will probably find material here to love; HYPNOTIC NIGHTS sounds like a blending of the three bands. For fans of JEFF the Brotherhood, HYPNOTIC NIGHTS is a fine entry into the band's canon. Listeners unfamiliar with the band would probably do well to start listening here Standout songs to sample/download: "Country Life," "Sixpack," and "Hyponitic Mind." This album can be frustrating -- it begins with its two best songs, and many of the latter songs feel as if they have more potential than is put on record.

(Additional Release Information)
This version of the album is the deluxe edition. The deluxe version of HYPNOTIC NIGHTS includes two bonus tracks: "Master of the Universe" and "I'm a Freak." Both of these songs are covers and recorded live. "Master of the Universe" is a Hawkwind cover, and "I'm a Freak" comes from Wicked Lady (both bands from the 1970's). These songs are fine, but not essential -- recommended only for JEFF the Brotherhood fans. For those seeking the normal edition, check out: Hypnotic Nights.
5.0 out of 5 stars JEFF 28 May 2013
By Ben - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
JEFF the brotherhood is a great simple rock n roll band. if you like ramones or weezer you will probably like these guys.
5.0 out of 5 stars Throw back 28 Feb 2013
By NickWizz - Published on Amazon.com
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Great album, took me back to when grunge was king. The tracks rock out but keep it simple and catchy. I recommend this album to anyone looking to rock
5.0 out of 5 stars best album 2012 26 Nov 2012
By nadia - Published on Amazon.com
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best album i've heard in a long time. from beginning to end, they move you from summer to winter. sounds so good.
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