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Re: “Delta Rae's Carry the Fire

This review is so unmitigated in its negativity that it seems personal; it seems malicious and angry instead of objective. I expect better from The Independent. The author of this piece doesn't have to enjoy the record, but it is simply insane for him to attack Delta Rae on the grounds that he does and with the language that he does. ("Pornographic"? Really?)

This band is exceptionally talented and hardworking -- and on top of that, it is a group of kind and down to earth people. They paid their dues for years in small venues and just because they're good enough to be signed to a major labe nowl, this doesn't mean they are prefabricated or inauthentic. Eric and Ian write all their songs, and their lyrics are both heartfelt and well-written. There's tons of prefabricated crap out there, and Delta Rae is the EXCEPTION to that. The Triangle is lucky to boast genuine talent whose music resonates with a lot of people. These kids deserve support, but at the very least they deserve respect and decency -- which is sadly lacking here.

This band is going to go down as one of the greats, no question about it. Give the album a listen!

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Posted by p-rosine on 07/25/2012 at 11:50 PM

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