New Music Review: Neon Indian Covers T-Rex’s “Children Of The Revolution”

Neon Indian (Alan Palomo)

Neon Indian, the stage name of Alan Palomo, is not from this planet.  The musical arrangements expelled from his brain can only be the byproduct of someone or something that grew up making the Kessel Run with a group extra-terrestrial smugglers.

The latest track to explode from the mind of Palomo is a reworking of T-Rex’s 1972 Glam-Metal single “Children Of The Revolution.”  Neon Indian replaces crunching guitars and pounding drums with hollow, gravity defying tones, and mystical laser-like squeals that probe the imagination and stick.

If this track came out a few days earlier it would be on SIMGE’s Top Cover Songs Of 2010 List.

What do you think about the latest release from Neon Indian?  Leave a comment.

About rote7123

Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing, as well as a degree in Communication Studies. He has held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet's Arts & Entertainment section, and has contributed to The Aquarian Weekly all while being the sole operator of Asbury Park's premier music news outlet Speak Into My Good Eye.
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