The Warren Commission - Rendezvous With You (Cover Artwork)
Staff Review

The Warren Commission

The Warren Commission: Rendezvous With You

Rendezvous With You (2000)

Espo


2.5
Before I even put this disc in the player, the band earned major points for straying from the conventional CD design. Utilizing a neat "spiral notepad" form of design, the background layout, art, and photos are done very creatively and flow well with the music. Now, on to the music itself. ...

Before I even put this disc in the player, the band earned major points for straying from the conventional CD design. Utilizing a neat "spiral notepad" form of design, the background layout, art, and photos are done very creatively and flow well with the music. Now, on to the music itself.

The band seems to be trying very hard to sound like Jejune. That's not always a bad thing, but the band themselves seem a little bit disjointed from each other, and the music seems a bit sloppy. I wasn't a big fan of the lyrics, either, which were a bit nonsensical at times, but I've read worse. There is definitely talent in this band, it just might take a few more listens for me to put my finger on it. If you're into the whole boy/girl vocals thing and are a fan of Rainer Maria and Jejune, the Warren Commission could be a good choice for a rainy day.

MP3s
Jinx, You Owe Me A Coke
How Can I Lose?
The Role of Fate in Everyday; An Anthology Of Things To Come
Billet Doux
The Consequence Of Girls And Boys

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