Adam McIntyre | Rockstars & Superheroes

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Rockstars & Superheroes

by Adam McIntyre

Direct, driving powerpop with Nashville tinged rock roots.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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2. You're The One
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4. Friend Or Lover
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5. Tuesday Street
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6. In Stereo
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7. Too Far Gone
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8. Drive You Crazy
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9. Back In My Arms
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10. Cold
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11. I Quit
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Album Notes
Harkening back to the days of creamy guitar and bittersweet melody, Adam McIntyre's debut album, Rockstars & Superheroes, seems to have been beamed from the 100,000 watt antenna of 1973's finest FM rock station. Feeding on a steady diet of Big Star, Ray Davies, Ian Hunter, Jason Falkner and The Move, Adam has re-envisioned himself as a rising rock hero through a lightly-conceptual thread of twelve tunes. The songs jump out with overwhelming honesty and optimism while avoiding theatrical pomposity.

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