I obtained this lil' guy in a big 'ol lot of demo tapes a couple years back. Until then I was wholly unacquainted with this Highland Park, NJ trio, but nearly a quarter century after the fact Seething Grey have one more believer in their corner. Right off the bat, mouthpiece Peter Horvath reminds me of a less raspy Peter Searcy, and furthermore, Big Table's initial three tunes suggest a punchier REM or Gin Blossoms. The going gets more aggressive on "Make It Go" which wouldn't sound a bit out of place on Dinosaur Jr's splendid Green Mind. Capping things off, "All in Your Mind" is a gratifying blast of full fledged punk pop. It turns out Seething Grey have a couple of CDs to their credit, which are available on CD Baby, iTunes and the like.
02. Stop to Start
04. Make it Go
06. All in Your Mind
INDIVIDUAL POP COMPILATION - "Every Step You Take" (1987) - In 1988, I sent the 84th copy of "The Worm's Turn" to Claus Korn in Germany, and he wrote a review in his "Individual Pop" magazine that when translated,...
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