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by Alright Alright

An old, weird, America populated by losers and ne'er-do-wells filtered through 70's power-pop hooks with a thoroughly modern edge.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Omie Wise
2:51 $1.00
2. Area 51 Revisted
4:03 $1.00
3. Supernatural
3:30 $1.00
4. Battle It Out
3:06 $1.00
5. Fell off the Face of the Earth
5:55 $1.00
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Album Notes
Back in action with their first release in five years, Los Angeles' only zombie-pop outfit Alright Alright is happy to bring you the next phase in catchy but ominous tracks that you can dance to.

Young love ends exactly as you'd expect (if you expect bloodshed) in 'Omie Wise', a tribute to true-life tragedy ripped from nineteenth-century headlines. 'Area 51 Revisited' is AA's jingle-jangle take on Dylan's Americana combined with hysterical paranoia. Roiling and rumbling under the swells of 'Supernatural' is something mysterious that should frighten you. You'll be rooting for the couple from 'Battle It Out', rarely have psychoses fit so well together. Midnight-skate to the sweet waltzy 'Fell off the Face of the Earth', a harmony that wants to murder its way to your heart.

All songs written by Michael Sweeney during a long and cold Boston winter, arranged by Alright Alright, recorded and mixed at East L.A.'s Estudio with Manny Nieto. Thanks to Tobin, Addie, Mylan, Denise, Daisy, Josie, Go-Go, O'Malley for the art, our families and friends, and that Russian lady in the courtyard of the building for the inspiration. Alright Alright is Michael Sweeney, Jeff Springer, Brent Wroten, Cleo German & Ryan Seaton with Dayna Richards on horns, keys, and backing vox



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