Grief Society's second album 'Universal Misunderstanding' continues the funk/rock journey that the band began on it's 1997 debut album 'How We Used To Live'. The band have been described as 'like a British Pearl Jam' and a whole host of other things besides... 'Funk, Blues, jazz, Hip-hop, they all seeem to have a contribution to make to this album.' (Shane Jackson, CD Baby, reviewing Grief Society) 'Definitely cool songs. Easygoing but with enough of an ocassional bite to keep you on your toes. Some fine guitar work in there, stuff which works equally well in the slower and more uptempo pieces.' (Jon Worley, Aiding & Abetting)
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