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Rock: Retro-Rock Pop: Power Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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The Antennas

by The Antennas

rock and powerpop hinted with flavors of the 60's, late 70's and early 80's.
Genre: Rock: Retro-Rock
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1. A Call to Arms
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2. We Are the Rabbits
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3. Here We Go (Record Store)
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4. Stop Running Their Mouths
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5. All Aboard
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6. I Found Out
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7. Giving It All Away
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8. You Really Bring Me Down
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9. Do, Don't Say
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10. Stop, Look, Listen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Antennas are made up of brothers Layne and Landon Ihde, with Mark Niemiec , all hailing from Nashville, TN.

Their self-titled debut album is destined to leave its mark as an original yet accessible masterpiece of pure rock n'roll. This is how one listener described her first Antennas experience:

"Upon the first moments of the first song cued on this (the Antennas’ MySpace) page, I thought, 'Well, wait...this band sounds like what would result if Luke Haines and Ric Ocasek were fighting over who would produce Soundtrack of Our Lives or The Hives, but better.'

Then, I listened to the next song. A little Martin Carr, a little Brian Wilson, Sloan, is that The Posies and The Jam mixed in a bit? No, it is pretty much its own thing. Wow, this band is really good.

Then, I realized something a bit more curious. I saw that this was a Nashville-based band. How in the world have I not heard of this band? (I am perhaps one of the biggest indie power pop nerds in existence. I couldn't speak when I met Alex Chilton (and I am not one prone to star-struckness, though I once helped to fetch Brian Wilson's mail for
him when I was helping his elderly neighbor with lawn work in St. Charles, Illinois and dropped his mail because I couldn't even look at him long enough to hand the correspondence to him.))"

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