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Posted on March 14, 2009

The NME are loving New Jersey’s THE PARLOR MOB. Following on from their rave review of the bands debut album AND YOU WERE A CROW, the mag’s website is now previewing the full album on their media player ahead of the album hitting the stores on MONDAY (MARCH 16th).

Head to THIS LOCATION to check out the full album on the NME Media Player and also to check out some killer YouTube footage of the bands live performances that the site has pulled together.

In other new from The Parlor Mob, THE SUN reviewed the album in todays issue and they are diggin the retro rockers too. Check out the full review below.

Nostalgia’s a wonderful thing. The Parlor Mob revel in it – even naming themselves after the infamous 19th century New York street gang.
With guitar licks straight out of the Seventies and vocals fusing Robert Plant with Jack White, Mark Melicia and his mob have knocked out an album of irresistibly exuberant good-time rock ‘n’ roll.
The brooding When I Was An Orphan and the addictively anthemic My Favourite Heart To Break star in an album with no fillers. Come the summer And You Were A Crow will sound even better still.

Pick up the album online BY CLICKING HERE.


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