Thursday, June 2, 2016

“Go (Let Me Save You)” by Citizen Zero - A Song Review

     “Go (Let Me Save You)” is a Rock song with a contrast of guitar styles. Initially, it’s a jangly guitar, which is characteristic of the early and mid-1960s. The guitar sound also did well in the 1980s.  By the three-minute mark of the song, jangle is displaced by the edgier Rock guitar that started to gain popularity in the Underground era of the 1960s and exploded during the 1970s.

     “Go (Let Me Save You)” is the debut Soundcloud share by Detroit’s Citizen Zero. Their first album, “State of Mind” is scheduled for release in August via Wind-up Records. The band members are Josh LeMay (vocals), Sammy Boller (lead guitar), John Dudley (drums]), and Sam Collins (bass).

     “Go (Let Me Save You)” by Citizen Zero

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