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  • Audio CD (7 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mint Films
  • ASIN: B0010DGYKQ
  • 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: 346,178 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Pack A.D are a blues rock duo (insert White Stripes comparison here),though like Jack and Meg they play scorching blues that kicks the cobwebs out of your mind there is the sinister darker presence of this group. Now I am a huge fan of The White Stripes and other blues rock duo's such as The Black Keys, The Kills and Mr Airplane Man etc but these groups deserve to be judged seperatly and The Pack A.D can certainly stand on there own feet.
Debut album Tintype is a collection of feedback driven powerful blues like the bombastic opener Gold Rush and All Damn Day Long. The darkness is ever present on this record, tracks such as Pilot's Blues and the outstanding Bang which is the album highlight. Tracks such as Stray and Paper Bag are almost damn right dangerous. As well as blues there is the subtle groove of 'Cabin' and the psychedellic hypnosois of 'Bone Handle' which is a fitting close. The piano interludes are a nice touch on a album that is drenched in raw blues carried by Becky Black's howls and Maya Miller's thumping drums. For fans of White Stripes this is an essential purchase as is there superb second album Funeral Mixtape.
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By William J. Walker VINE VOICE on 16 May 2008
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The Pack AD are Becky Black(guitar, vocal,piano) and Maya Miller(percussion)so comparisons to White Stripes/Kills/Black Keys are going to be made. As with those other two piece bands they manage to produce a full and fierce guitar driven attack that doesn't suggest the need for a bass player's support.
I read a review of this album that suggested that the presence of some solo piano pieces marked this band out as 'more than just another retro-blues outfit' but those turned out to be little more than mood changing interludes between tracks. So, having discounted that element, what you are left with is a really very good blues-rock album with a loose n' raw 'garage' feel.
I wouldn't consider myself a 'fan' of this sort of thing but the sheer gusto with which the music is approached, as well as the high quality self-penned songs, definitely lifts this well above the average. I've been playing this a lot in the car and it's a great way to take your mind off the frustrations of rush hour traffic.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Raw, Bluesy, Garage Rock 16 May 2008
By William J. Walker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Pack AD are Becky Black(guitar, vocal,piano) and Maya Miller(percussion)so comparisons to Black keys/White Stripes are going to be made. As with those other two piece bands they manage to produce a full and rich sound that doesn't feel the need for the support of other instruments.
I read a review of this album that suggested that the presence of some solo piano pieces marked this band out as 'more than just another retro-blues outfit' but those turned out to be little more than mood changing interludes between tracks. So, having discounted that element, what you are left with is a really very good blues-rock album with a loose n' raw 'garage' feel.
I wouldn't consider myself a 'fan' of this sort of thing but the sheer gusto with which the music is approached, as well as the high quality self-penned songs, definitely lifts this well above the average. I've been playing this a lot in the car and it's a great way to take your mind off the frustrations of rush hour traffic.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I've been waiting for this 8 May 2009
By Art101 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit, I don't listen to a lot new music. But after learning about this band and then hearing a few tracks, I was hooked. They play raw blues like it was meant to be played. With only 2 instruments, you need to have the talent and attitude to make it work - and this album shows how the The Pack make it work by creating a sound that hits you in the gut, then pushes you around for good measure.

If you're looking for some music to rock your soul, this album will do it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Listen, Especially on a Full Moon 24 Aug. 2010
By T. Wells - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the sort of rock that makes you feel good all over, even during the songs that aren't upbeat. It's a tumbling mass of beautiful howling vocals and satisfying riffs and tunes, with drums to match, that creates just the most wonderful atmosphere of raw emotion and always comes out sounding cool as can be. I had no problem listening to this from start to finish the night I got it, and I'll have no problem doing the same again and again. The only downside is on my part, and that's that I'm certainly not an expert on this sound, so I can't vouch for whether The Pack A.D. are a complete standout or not. Nevertheless, I look forward to checking out their second and third albums.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Raw Talent 21 May 2010
By M. Dillon - Published on Amazon.com
I've seen this duo several times in concert and they sound exactly the same as they do on their records. They give off that girl-power feel without effort or being corny and the nice thing is that they mix it up very nicely. From the fast beat songs that you can't help but dance to, to piano solos that are perfect for a rainy day, The Pack A.D. is the real deal. Love these girls.

-M.D. from California
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A perfect blend 1 Feb. 2011
By Losten Deforest - Published on Amazon.com
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In an era of souless overproduced music, I was thoroughly impressed with this duo. Impresses enough to write a review not something I usually do. They are a perfect blend of Janis Joplin vocals, driven blues guitar, and a bit of punk all rolled up in take you by the ears package. Buy their albums you'll won't be disappointed.
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