Album Review: Don’t Hold Out on Me by Modulator

Album Name: Don’t Hold Out on Me
Artist: Modulator
Year/Label: 2004 / Independent

Buy the CD

Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

Well, here’s one example of the CD being just what I was expecting. The cover art is so appealing to me, I thought, if the music matches I’ll like it. It does, and I do.

With song titles like “You’re so Analog”, I’ve got to think that the band is at least semi-geeky. I consider myself a little geeky and I’m not even sure what that means. But I like it. The song is a little robotic in tone, and I’m sure that’s intentional. It works. I love that part of the lyrics are “One Zero, One Zero‚Ķ” any geek will see the meaning of that and smile.

In “Major Malfunction” she sings, “I was never programmed to be your girl/ But a major malfunction occurred”.

“Don’t Hold Out on Me” is a little more accessible (to non-geeks) but is appealing to all.

This little EP has some nice pop hooks and catchy tunes. I just wish it were longer!

Posted on May 14, 2004

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Major Malfuncton
2. You’re So Analog
3. Don’t Hold Out On Me

[Modulator Official Site]

[wp_campaign_1]

Comments:

Rating: 4 Stars
Comment: it’s so cool!
name: samantha on Thursday, July 15, 2004

Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: fantastikal
name: moni on Thursday, July 15, 2004

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *