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Erinn Peet Lukes


Review by Gary Hill

This EP has a fairly wide sonic palette. We get country music, rock, pop folk and more as reference points. It's all effective, but some songs stand taller than others. It never feels redundant at all.

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Track by Track Review
Energetic pop rock is delivered with a helping of country music. This is catchy and fun.
More of a folk-based ballad, this has a lot of charm and style.
Country Music Breaks My Heart
A slice of life tune, this definitely has plenty of energetic country concepts at play. It's an entertaining track that is among the standouts here.
Piece of Land
This is more of a rock song. It has some soaring elements that even bring it toward proggy zones. This is another highlight of the set.
Dime a Dozen
A bit more balladic, this has plenty of country in the mix. It tells a story with its lyrics, and it's an effective track. I think I'd consider this another highlight.
Loneliness or Solitude

Even more of a ballad, this is also well rooted in country music. I like this, but it's not as strong as the last few tracks.

More of a pure pop rocker, this brings some variety with it. It's also a great song. In fact, I think this closer is another of the strongest pieces on the disc. That makes it an excellent choice to close the set.
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