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Rachel Heisler

The Setonian

This slice of Cake doesn’t taste so sweet

Now you can have your cake and eat it, too. I know, bad pun, but it’s true because Cake is back and with it comes a new CD Comfort Eagle, a mix of alternative pop, soul, funk, hip groove with some great beats that are all in the true-to-form Cake style.


Band picks up where leaped off

It’s such a relief to hear Todd Lewis’s voice again and know that the Toadies didn’t forget to record a new album. It took Lewis, bassist Lisa Umbarger, drummer Mark Reznicek and guitarist Clark Vogeler, who replaced original guitarist Darrel Herbert, seven years to make a comeback from the exceptional 1994 album Rubberneck, which for hardcore fans is just too long to wait. Luckily for us, the delay was almost worth it, and the new album Hell Below/Stars Above picks up where the previous left off.

The Setonian

On the Scene

Scenester has recently attained new levels of rock 'n' roll wisdom, creativity and expertise on its new CD, Spoon-fed Corporate Rock.

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