Single Review: Lindsey Buckingham Palace “She Don’t Like”

Posted: April 23, 2014 in Single Review
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ImageLindsey Buckingham Palace is a four-piece rock band from the Washington, D.C. area. After being together for several years, the line-up for the band changed from the original trio setting. The current version of the band is now a quartet made up of Mike Hill, Mark Minicucci, Marc Rothschild and Made Ployamornrat. The band features a Hard Rock style with Classic Rock and Heavy Metal as influences that would make any fan of Rock and Roll happy. After having put out one EP, the band is currently in the middle of creating a new release. One of the songs that will be included on the upcoming CD is the song “She Don’t Like”. “She Don’t Like” is a track that features a sound that brings to mind bands from back in the eighties like Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and others. The song features a very strong bassline, which makes sense as the song started from a bass riff and was built up from there. The bass and drums begin the song with the guitar joining in after about 15 seconds. The resulting groove created by the bass, guitar and drums creates some of the hardest rock and roll to be made in a long time as the song finds the band incorporating some Blues influence into the track to truly make the song feel as authentic as those songs that came several decades before it. The guitar solo near the end of the track adds just the right amount of power to the track. If this track is any type of indication, the upcoming release from Lindsey Buckingham Palace should be worth every minute.

Reviewer: Matheson Kamin

 Rating: ***** (five stars)

To check out “She Don’t Like” and other songs by Lindsey Buckingham Palace, check out the band’s profile on ReverbNation.



  1. Devera Garber says:

    Excellent review and song

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