“Dear God, I know we haven’t talked in a while, but this sh*t is getting ridiculous: do you think you could maybe, uh, wave your hand and miracle Rock City‘s Wake the Neighbors LP onto store shelves? Dudes deserve it. Amen.” Oh, sorry, just having a chat with the man upstairs. Short of divine intervention, of course, it’s gonna take a monster hit for Da Spokesman and Don’t Talk Much to get their debut set released – and potential single Morning Noon & Night just might fit the bill. In addition to an absurdly danceable synth-guitar instrumental by David Guetta, the joint boasts a theme that just about anyone can relate to: it’s the weekend, and they’re gonna party. On the vocal tip Rock City attack the beat with appropriate enthusiasm, announcing their intent to celebrate in energetic verses and an attention grabbing, just-repetitive-enough-to-stick-in-your-head-for-the-next-month-and-a-half hook. So, have the freestyle series alumni struck gold with this one? You tell me – and keep your fingers crossed for the eventually release of their (f-ing) album, which still has yet to receive a release date.
Written by richard on 11/9/10
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