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Redirected from Light At The End). Light at the End is a 2007 studio album by the Portland, Maine, band Rustic Overtones, the first album by the band since its break-up in 2002. The album was recorded in spring 2007 and released on July 24, 2007. It has become the fastest-selling local disc ever in the state of Maine.
Rustic Overtones, the rock septet from Maine, suffered a familiar if heartrending fate in 2002. After six years of working their way up in the music business, they released their major-label debut, Viva Nueva, on the Tommy Boy imprint of Arista Records in 2001, just as company president Clive Davis was being forced out (he subsequently forced his way back in, of course) and Tommy Boy was being shuttered. Naturally, Viva Nueva got lost in the shuffle, and Rustic Overtones broke up. Five years later, they reunited, and Light at the End represents their return to record-making.
BPM Profile Light at the End. Album starts at 97BPM, ends at 84BPM (-13), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rustic Overtones. Let's Start a Cult Part 2. 2013.
Light At The End. Valentine's Day Massacre. Mastered By – Adam Ayan. Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Jonathan Wyman, Rustic Overtones, Tony Visconti. Advance CD - For promotional Use Only. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Rustic Overtones formed in Portland, ME, hometown to each of them. Members of this seven-piece outfit are guitarist and lead vocalist Dave Gutter, drummer Tony McNaboe, trombonist Dave Noyes, baritone saxophonist Jason Ward, bassist Jon Roods, alto saxophonist Ryan Zoidis, and Spencer Albee on keyboards and piano. Roods and Gutter began performing together first, in a family basement. They later added the rest of the group, all friends from high school, and became what is Rustic Overtones . The reunion continued with a new album, Light at the End, at first self-issued, but then released nationally by Velour Music Group on March 18, 2008. Charlotte Dillon & William Ruhlmann.
Rustic Overtones is a rock/jazz/funk band from Maine active from 1993–2002 and 2007–present. They were the first group to perform live on XM Satellite Radio, and their 2007 album Light At The End was the fastest-selling local disc ever in the state of Maine. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Light at the End Album.