EDD provides a unique sound with their male/female vocal combination and wild swings from concise jangle pop to sprawling jam ballads.
For our last review of 2012, of course it's a listener suggestion. To wrap it up, we're checking out Chicago's Eleventh Dream Day and their 1993 album El Moodio. EDD provides a unique sound with their male/female vocal combination and wild swings from concise jangle pop to sprawling jam ballads. Does it all work?
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