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Cub Country

High Uinta High

(Members Of Jets To Brazil, Euphone, Lunachicks, Helmet, Orange 9mm)

Jade Tree 1068

Released on February 19, 2002

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Jeremy Chatelaine is best known as the man behind the bass in the ever-popular JETS TO BRAZIL, so most people aren't aware that he is also a talented singer and songwriter in his own right. As CUB COUNTRY, Jeremy showcases his talents and affection for country-tinged rock blues (think acoustic LED ZEPPELIN, PAUL MC CARTNEY, and WILLIE NELSON hashing it out in a Brooklyn tenement), creating a broad canvas for his tales of love lost and found. Recorded in Jeremy's apartment with help from his friends, High Uinta High features a revolving cast of guests that include his fellow band mates in JETS TO BRAZIL, J MAJESTY, Nick Macri (EUPHONE), Theo Kogan (LUNACHICKS), John Herguth (THE LOVE SCENE), and Chris Traynor (HELMET, ORANGE 9MM).

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Could Be The Moond Voted #1  22%
2 St. Louis Voted #2  11%
3 Hit The Roof Voted #3  8%
4 O Great Telephone  8%
5 High Uinuta High  6%
6 Faithful Soldier  8%
7 Butterfly  8%
8 Through My Window  6%
9 Your Old Street  8%
10 What Would You Say To Me?  6%
11 Hollow Sidewalks  8%
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Caroline from Santa Barbara, CA 
Feb 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is perfect to listen to falling asleep. Or after a bad day. Or after anything! Truly original and... great!

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Robert from Pottstown, PA 
Apr 7 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

how do i explain this cd? basically if you reverse the order of jets to brazil and let jeremy lead the band you might come up with cub country. jeremy is an immaculate songwriter and his talents shine on this album. his voice is absolutely clear as day and not too many notes are out of his range, which is the problem with a lot of singers these days. blake's use of piano, steel guitar, and organ perfectly fill in all the gaps that usually accompany an acoustic guitar album. don't be fooled by the orange 9mm & helmet credits; you won't be finding any hard riffs on this album. if you like the simple sounds of a man and his guitar with a slight country twist, then pick this up. any fan of jets to brazil, drag the river, mike ness, and maybe even dashboard confessional will enjoy this great album.





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