Your Gateway to Music and More from a Christian Perspective
Slow down as you approach the gate, and have your change ready....
Length: 15 tracks / 55:04 min
Since the Houston-area rock
act Galactic Cowboys broke up around 2000, former bassist and sometimes-vocalist
Colvin, a long-time fan favorite of the Christian HM magazine, has reached a whole new level with _Loserville_. It has the sonic complexity of songs like “Rabbit” from the first album! , is far heavier than either of the first two, and remains pure fun throughout.
As always, Crunchy’s lyrical inspiration is the unpopular high-school student. This is typified in “Call It a Crush”:
Another lonely night in Loserville
“Down” rocks the house with rumbling bass, an infectious groove, Monty singing “Bringing me down, d-d-d-d-down, down, bringing me down” and a backgroun! d dialog reminiscent of Metallica’s “One” video.
This is n’t just an album for old Galactic Cowboys’ fans. Loserville has the potential to catapult Colvin back into the spotlight.