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CHAMBERLAIN ‘Exit 263 ’ (Ignition IGN016 2001)


Just occasionally you get an album that slowly, insidiously, takes it grip. That album is 'Exit 263' and the band is Chamberlain, a four-piece from Nashville, Indiana. Whilst the general styling of this album is American alt-country rock, that shouldn't be a deterrent if you don't like that genre. Exit 263 is basically about great songs and great hooks, courtesy of talented vocalist David Moore and guitarist Adam Rubenstein.

At times, this is redolent of Graham Parker or even The Mavericks. It seems that Chamberlain leave the best for last: just savour the penultimate tracks on the album: 'You Can't Have It All' has that memorable chorus, whilst 'Masterpiece' in a minor sort of way is exactly what it says on the tin.


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Review by David Randall

© 2003 Chamberlain/Ignition. All rights reserved.

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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