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Bump - Incredible Consequence Review

by Sherrill Fulghum

This quartet from the Motor City of Detroit long to bring back the old days of Motown and Detroit City Rock. By fusing all the elements of that era, the band succeeds for the most part. The frequent time changes keep things interesting. On some songs styles and time change so much that the song resembles a classical piece with movements.

Bump's latest album "Incredible Consequence" is a very busy piece of work with numerous musical lines going on at the same time. For anyone who is not trained to listen for all of these lines it could be confusing or just plain missed. Bringing back and fusing the musical days of old is an admirable idea and would sound great, but not every aspect of the varying genres at the same time on one song; at times it sounds like a room full of musicians all playing something different and not quite gelling.

Overall the album is a good effort and has some interesting and worthwhile songs.

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