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Gunfire of Angels EP (released October 2011)

“I personally like 28-200 because they are able to deftly take influences and sounds from a considerable amount of genres and acts and make it into a sound that listeners will dig.”
- James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine (March 23, 2012)

“They may be the next White Stripes…”
- Ginger Coyote, Punk Globe (Jan 01, 2012)

“It is forever difficult to follow true excellence with true excellence, but the two behind the Denver-based Alt-Rock band 28-200 (pronounced twenty eight to two hundred) have managed to make it look easy with Gunfire of Angels, the follow-up EP to their self-titled EP (2006) and their debut album, Video Games & Popsicle Sticks (late 2009). The title track “Gunfire of Angels” is a surefire standout here, but from the first track, “To Be True,” you instantly are sucked in by the phenomenal vocals of Aimee and the brash guitar moves of Mister L.”
- Jeanie Straub, Colorado Music Buzz (Nov 01, 2011)

Video Games & Popsicle Sticks (released December 2009)

“Less is more rules with this 2 piece, keepin’ it real with distorted nuances makin’ it irresistible to the ear. Watch out for these guys as their creative urges will take them far.”
- Starr Tucker, New York Waste (Apr 01, 2010)

“Ambient, ethereal and eclectic…what’s not to like?”
- Drago, Froglix Radio (Mar 10, 2010)

“Trust me on this one and just get the damn CD. I love it and so will you. Sounds like: Souxsie-and-the-Banshees-meets-garage-band or a gloriously futuristic PJ Harvey; a nineties band called Glee Club; even a little Luscious Jackson when it comes to the vocals.”
- Jeanie Straub, Colorado Music Buzz (Mar 01, 2010)

“If you’re looking for music that takes a different direction from much of what’s out there today and is performed confidently, you should give 28-200 a listen.”
- MicControl (Feb 16, 2010)

“Fuzzed-out melodic guitar over insistent rhythms and dark undertones grace each track like cuts from a secret collaboration between Throwing Muses and Band of Susans.”
- Tom Murphy, Westword (Feb 02, 2010)

“My favorite song is Life’s a Game Show and of course the Japanese influenced songs Haiku and Wasabi.”
- Ginger Coyote, Punk Globe (Jan 01, 2010)

“With both members emerging from a visual arts background, an artistic bent lingers over the music.”
- Jedd Beaudoin, Wichita City Paper

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