Missing in America / Songs / Roadwork II

Corta pero intensa...

Desde el segundo uno con una intro que lo da todo, el bajo asoma por los acordes y entra con todo batería, guitarra eléctrica arriesgando en los punteos, un ritmo lleno de energía y de la buena, segundos de profunda calidad artística y un sonido con destellos clásicos plagado de susurros de buen rock con aromas a blues... y no resulta difícil escribir tantas palabras con sólo una muestra tan diminuta de canción, lo difícil es no querer más y escucharla al completo.

Very nice vibe

Liked it, sounds pretty good. Guitar riffs sound clean. Overall listening experience two thumbs up. Keep it up you guys, dont stop! Rock on and have a blast on what you are doing. Regards, Forgotten

Big Let Down

Love the bass intro, great blues tune but where are your vocals? I would love to hear the vocals to this song. I am a blues rock singe/songwriter and if I were only giving a clip, I would make sure the vocals were in. I can't give a higher rating without the vocals. If you add a larger clip, let me know. I would love to give a higher rating


A Feastive, Outwoor Event , Like Rocker. Good Band for the feel.----Vocalist , seams to have No Presance In The Work Of Everyone Else....I Think That This Could Be A Work In Progress, but 'Not Ready For Primetime'...Work On It, & You Will Know, You Will Know...

Desaparecidos en América!

Buenas tardes desde Jerez de la Frontera, Andalucía!!! Estoy escuchando vuestra canción en este momento, y veo que tiene la estructura típica del Rock and Roll, con esos sonidos de guitarra estrato que le vienen como anillo al dedo, y esos sólos sugerentes entre las líneas vocales... la batería también goza de buen sonido, está equilibrada y bien ecualizada, y el ritmo es adecuado a este tipo de canción. En general es un tema agradable ,de fácil escucha. Espero que tengáis suerte con vuestros proyectos futuros y que salgan muchos temas más. Un saludo desde Jerez de la Frontera!!!

Dig the work.

Great start, keeps me right in the groove to jump in with the listenin' I don't care what he's talkin' about , attitude carries it just fine. Good guitar work stays right inside where it belongs. Dig the Moby grape style of Drummin.' Don't know if that's intentional, but the early vinyl classic rock had that big free sound these guys are rocking with. Thanks for postin' it.

Root sound

These guys from the band called Missing in America truly know what they are doing: they are actually pronouncing one cool thing which clearly states there is only one way to be present in today's rock scene, i.e. playing the root music, which definitely stood the test of time and absolutely survived through ages. Why? The answer is simple: it is absolutely authentic and beyond any doubt. This is the real rock'n'roll. Ain't it cool, ah?


Roadwork II review. this song is a strictly Rock piece in the highest sense of the word. everything sounds in Rock style as I said everything recalls the Rock genre. personally it is not my favorite genre but I can give you a musical judgment that is certainly positive because all that there must be in a Rockl piece in your piece is therefore complimented and continues. good job

Road Dogs Nice Groove

Great sound, Love how the bass sounds, nice simple road worthy rock song, Perfect song to set the correct levels for the concert-The guitar solo/playing is excellent, and the lyrics fit the song-going to have to upgrade the vocal a bit- that's all I got

Good Rocker

That funky bass line in the intro sounds great. Nice guitar tone and drums are rock solid. Vocals are a little rough but the lyrics are funny. Being mainly a guitar rocker, it flows pretty well. I'd almost consider trying out a different singer or turning this into an instrumental. The instruments sound great. Guitar, bass and drums are really tight and blend well. If you guys polished the vocals this would be out of sight!


This is horrible you need more time you need a sobering mind how can I be kind after you put this out there and all I can do is stare it sounds like you have no care polluting the air with the lack of Savoie fair So many people have said All meters had swung in to the red Singer sounds like he warmed over dead ???? and ain’t right inside his head but he did have a good band on hand to play it not too bland and the chuck he beat the skins shoulda prolly kicked the auction man in his shins and messed with his clock and made the dude rock and whatta shock your bassman was inside a sock Let em Out so he can rip and and shout and then the lead could be better in sync ... ok enough jokes...Record this without vocals then make that vocalist do it till he’s got it Down like The hypnotist he’s supposed to be Dont accept less don’t run this train wreck. Really it ain’t that hard to do it 100 times and pick the best take.


Road work, great guitars, and drums. Nice mixture between rock and blues. Keep it up and if you get a chance look into my two CDs. Do you believe in Magic and do you really want more magic. Thanks

Great tune.

Right from the outset "Roadwork II" by Missing in America is a very catchy tune that is both easy on the ears and catchy. The bass intro is a sweet with a nice groove to it. The vocals are well mixed and the lyrics are interesting providing the chorus with a great hook. The drum pattern is very solid throughout, providing a stable platform for the entire rhythm section. The guitar parts on this track are very nice and with some great licks. Excellent effort, very good tune.

Nice Solid Blues #

My first thoughts were the vocals were a bit too country for this, its a very trad blues I-iv-v type number so required a bit more of a blues vocal. As the track progressed however I could hear that the vocal blended better. The guitar playing is spot on, understated but not basic either, some nice flourishes. Its probably just a bit too long, and I think it could maybe work a bit better if the BPM were upped a little, but that's just my personal preference

Loose the reverb verb verb

Standard blues stuff with good guitar work well executed but the vocals are swamped in reverb....get rid of three quarters of the reverb and add a third below harmony for a more nailed down vocal sound and you have a good driving music sound.
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