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Lakota: Hope for the HauntedHope for the Haunted (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 2.5
Contributed by: Matt_WhelihanMatt Whelihan
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Lakota have been listening to the Foo Fighters, or at least the loud, fast songs. What you get on Hope for the Haunted is a batch of up-tempo numbers (you know, “Monkey Wrench” speed) with big guitars and drums, and vocals that move between passionate singing and shouts. If Dave Grohl started a power-pop/punk band I suspect it would sound something like this. The big difference is that Lakota don’t write riffs that are as memorable or melodies that are as hummable as Grohl’s outfit.
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