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Boomkat Product Review:
Songwriter Adam Granduciel taps into the mindset of all the iconic American songwriters of the 20th century, aping Dylan, Springsteen and Tom Petty at various points over the course of Wagonwheel Blues. When it's done properly, that sort of copycat tactic can sound great, and defy any hankering you might have for 'newness'. Granduciel gets it right for most of this album, occasionally absolutely nailing it. Not content with a triumphant appropriation of trad rock & roll, he even goes so far as to incorporate a bit of studio-heavy ambient composition into the album, interspersing the likes of stadium-sized rocker 'Arms Like Boulders' with odd, abstract compositions like 'Reverse The Charges'. This sort of combination simply shouldn't work, and frankly it probably doesn't, but Granduciel and his cohorts are sufficiently fluent in both fields to win you over anyway. Highly recommended.