Oh Ooh, Whoa oh hey, hey, hey, these boys are having just a little too much fun and I wanted to be in the studio with them. “Something You Really Oughta Know” explodes with energy that packs the TKO punch. Alternative rock with swift thriving chords as the collective bargaining system is in the MTF camp. This is truly a group effort as all members take their turn at being highlighted.
Danny Black is the force behind Minutes Too Far and there’s no denying the songs are catchy in the vein of Crashbox and Jimmy Eat World. Bethany, Oklahoma is the stomping ground of MTF and they have the chops to reach a major impact. MTF’s full-length debut release “Let It Roll” is comprised of songs that were re-mastered and remixed from their Indy EP "Let It Roll" on Medic Records plus new material.
The magnetism of Black’s vocals is outstanding and shines on every track and the background vocals and harmonies blend, bringing the tunes to life. Black and Fisher break loose on “Gimme a Reason” showing some backbone with crunching licks that give the song body. Stephen Burdett is highlighted on “Eat Your Heart Out” as his thunder opens the track. I had to give Burdett some credit because bassists never get any recognition unless they’re sticking their tongue out and spitting blood. This is a must have CD if you like melodic power chord alternative.
- Danny Black - Guitar, Lead Vocals
- Blake Fisher - Guitar, Vocals
- Stephen Burdett - Bass
- Kris Monier - Drums
- Something You Really Oughta Know
- Seems Like
- Uh Huh
- Rock n Roll Is Dead
- Love Is a Dance
- ...Probably Not
- Gimme a Reason
- Quit Your Hardcore Band (While You Still Can)
- Eat Your Heart Out
- So Far Away
- Back Beats In LA
The enhanced "Let It Roll" CD includes 11 tracks, an exclusive video for "Something You Really Oughta Know," behind the scenes footage from the making of the video, plus tons of enhanced content like previously unreleased bonus material, mp3s wallpaper and buddy icons.