Thomas Function’s Celebration, is an aptly titled upbeat, poppy, and bouncy romp through garage rock, Sixties British Invasion, and rhythm and blues. At first, you may need some time to adjust to lead man Josh Macero’s vocals. He comes off like some drunk country bumpkin calling a square dance on Saturday night, then you get used to it a bit, and his holler becomes more palpable, and he still sounds like some drunk country bumpkin calling a square dance on a Saturday night. Ok, you may never get used to Macero’s quirky delivery, but at some point you’ll come to realize that it’s all a part of the Thomas Function fun quotient, and this celebration wouldn’t be half the Rock ‘N’ Roll party it is without it.
MP3: Thomas Function – Conspiracy of Praise
MP3: Thomas Function – Winter Gray