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June 30, 2008 A trio of guitarists powers Little Rock band American Princes — a presence made immediately known on the group's fourth full-length record, Other People. The band's catchy rock sound is built upon a thick bed of layered electric guitars in swirling stereo. With competing vocalists Collins Kilgore, David Slade, and William Boyd taking turns singing lead and the constantly battling instruments, the sound is more chaotic than that of your average rock group, but it all seems to work with the band's on-edge energy.
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