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Trauma Team

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- Spike


"Trauma Team-CD"

TRAUMA TEAM "Trauma Team" CD
reviewed by Quin
This band comes out of Nashville, Tennessee and the CD is quite punkish from start to finish. You can hear the influence of old punk bands as well as a hint of Babes In Toyland and Red Aunts. By listening to it you wouldn't think of Nashville. My favorite tracks are "Someone I Used to Love", "Lame Excuses" and "Look Them Over". There is alot of energy that comes through in the recordings and the band is really super tight. And I love the album cover. It has a picture of a maniquin wearing a Trauma Team t-shirt and holding a radio with lips and the band photo inside features some great facial expressions. Get this one to rock out in your car to.
- N0-FI Magazine & Radio


"Trauma Team ROCKS!"

"Thrashing out like some Rosemary's Baby progeny combining Romeo Void, Sonic Youth and The Stooges, this scrappy quartet led by rocking Laurel Parton is the stuff CBGB dreams are made on."
- The Nashville Rage


"DYNAMITE"


"Furious garage-punk outfit Trauma Team are fronted by Laurel Parton, a blonde stick of rock'n'roll dynamite with a bludgeoning rhythm section to light her fuse. They are one of the most exciting live acts in town."
- The Nashville Scene


"Trauma brings the ROCK!"


"Nashville's Trauma Team make you wonder what the heck happened to all the great female fronted rock bands of the last decade. We don't know where all the cool punk chicks have disappeared to (outside the Yeah Yeah Yeahs), but Trauma Team can scratch that itch and then some." - Nashville Rage


"Trauma Team-Self Titled"

If you like your music a little on the indie "punk rock" side, then you need to check out Trauma Team. Recalling some of the great rock pioneers of the 80's like sonic youth, the pretenders, B-52's or Blondie, Trauma Team rips through 13 tracks on their self titled CD. The production is just right for this type of music. They won't win any engineering awards, but everythng is where it needs to be. The performances, esp. the lead vocals by LP really take this project to a level that is above many local bands. Included as extras on the disc are music videos for "parade" & "Rub her Right." They are pretty impressive for any band mcuh less a local, unsigned band from Nashville. The "art house" vibe of the "Rub Her Right" video really sets a nice tone for the album & allows you to see just how cool this band can be.
Songwriting B+
Production B+
Performance A-
Overall B+
(tracks of interest, Lousy Memory, Rub Her Right, and Parade) - Nicole Marwood


Discography

Trauma Team-self titled debut includes 13 songs and 2 music videos.

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Bio

Being INFLUENCED by many MALE fronted bands like The Fall, The Talking Heads, and The Who, gives this FEMALE fronted band the edge. Straight ahead vocals, with 77' New York style, makes this band unique. In a world full of sweet style vocalists, Trauma Team opens the door with a more RAW style vocal, "say what you mean and mean what you say feel."