Avett Brothers

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The Avett Bros (2000), 5/10
Country Was (2002), 6/10
A Carolina Jubilee (2003), 6/10
Mignonette (2004), 6.5/10
Four Thieves Gone (2006), 6/10
The Gleam (2006), 5.5/10
Emotionalism (2007), 6/10
I and Love and You (2009), 5/10

North Carolina-based Avett Brothers (banjo player Scott Avett and guitarist Seth Avett) concocted acoustic punk-folk music that took inspiration from both the Everly Brothers and the Band, a sort of cheerful alter-ego of the Pogues with jovial vocal harmonies and effervescent instruments, on The Avett Bros (2000), Country Was (2002), A Carolina Jubilee (2003), Mignonette (2004), perhaps their most inspired and galvanizing album, Four Thieves Gone (2006), including the energetic Talk of Indolence and Matrimony, The Gleam (2006), including If It's the Beaches, and Emotionalism (2007), their most accomplished collection, including Paranoia in B-Flat Major, Die Die Die and The Ballad of Love and Hate.

They sold out with I and Love and You (American, 2009), that further incorporated elements of pop (such as the ballad The Perfect Space and Tin Man) at the expense of their soul.

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