The Weight's 2009 release Are Men marks an interesting evolution of the group's sound. What was once a singer-songwriter-with- backingband is now simply a band. Of men. The record is being released March 10th on Tee Pee Records. "Are Men" is equal parts The Band, The Byrds, and early Tom Petty. With "Are Men" The Weight also states its relevance to more modern contemporaries such as Drive By Truckers and The Jayhawks. It's country rock n' roll done proper and infused with elements of psych, folk and the blues. Let me know your thoughts on possible review and what you think of "Are Men".
01 Like me better - 3:49 02 Had it made - 2:36 03 Johnny's song - 4:29 04 Talkin' - 4:42 05 Sunday driver - 7:03 06 Closer than a friend - 3:54 07 Hillbilly highway - 3:24 08 Evergreen - 5:25 09 Man alone - 1:51 10 A day in the sun - 4:46