by the band themselves, their first album delivers power pop, heavy-hitting rock,
folk-rock and experimental music, all tied together by a common thread that is
"the Grip Weed Sound."
Kurt Reil: vocals,
Rick Reil: vocals, guitars, keyboards, percussion, mandolin
Kristin Pinell: guitars, vocals, flute
Mick Hargrave: bass, vocals, guitars
Andy Burton: Hammond organ on "Salad Days", "Don't Belong"
and "Always Come"
Ravi Meskar: Sitar on "Realise"
produced by the
recorded and mixed at the House of Vibes
engineered by the
|"New Jersey's Grip
Weeds spin sparkling, insanely catchy psych-pop on their full length debut. Four
of Vibes is loaded with cool songs that are sometimes trippy, sometimes poppy,
but always appealingly structured and highly melodic...
definitely a road worth traveling...quite a triumph."