Like a commercial airplane filled to capacity, L.A.’s Jet Motor Crash is invading Personal Space with their sophomore release. The five-piece band utilizes musical diversity – drawing from punk, rock, and metal influences – to create an intimate array of radio friendly songs. From solid rock moments to punk-sounding vocals to lulling guitars and with a great cover of Loverboy’s “Working for the Weekend,” the high energy of Personal Space can’t help but deliver positive impulses to the listener.

Edited by zeroleft on 11 Dec 2009, 01:27

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