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Basement What?

by Basement What?

An energetic album full of great music, vocals, and lyrics. “This is one of the best albums I have heard in years.” WCCC Program Director Hartford, CT.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Change
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2. Moon
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3. Agenda
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4. What To Do
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5. News For You
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6. Illusions
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7. Livin' Daydreams
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8. Sunshine Baby
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9. You
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10. Wish I Didn't
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11. My Beer
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For the past few years, clubs, radio, and fans in the Midwest have been saying, "Basement What? is going to make their mark on the national music scene." That time may be coming very soon for this band based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. BW? had been performing shows in cities throughout Indiana and surrounding states, all the while gaining a following everywhere they played. Their first self-produced album 'U Listen 2 What?' quickly sold out of its first press. High profile clubs told the band's management they were one of the best acts they have ever seen. BW? teamed up with 30th Century Records in 2001and have been gaining national popularity ever since. Constant promotion brought the band into the industry spotlight. Basement What? have been seen in Rolling Stone and Billboard magazine, their signature song "My Beer" was featured on compilation discs from Billboard and Midwestern radio, and select singles have reached from Chicago to New York radio.

With the release of their long awaited debut album from 30th Century Records, the band is excited about the attention they are receiving and are looking forward to being on tour again.


"Basement What?'s 'My Beer' is one of the hottest college singles in the country." Billboard Magazine

"This is one of the best albums I have heard in years." WCCC Program Director Hartford, CT.

"This is spectacular!" " This is energetic rock with a pop edge that will keep you listening." Gods of Music-Jonathon Sanders, www.godsofmusic.com

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Jason

Very good
This CD is great. Looking for a great summertime CD? This is it!
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Jenny

Great c.d.!!!
I love this album and every song on it. This c.d. won't leave my car for a while. 'My Beer' really brings back memories of my college drinking days.
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Lodel

Kick ass
Kick ass!!
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Becky

This c.d. rocks!
The lyrics and the sounds are great quality. This c.d. is the bomb!
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D. Robinson

an outstanding mixture of songs
This CD is outstanding, each song can stand alone by itself.
Everytime I listen to it I find a new favorite. Depending on the mood
you're in, there is a song for each. An incredible blend of musicianship
with well-crafted lyrics. A must have for your CD collection.
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Rob E.

Oh Yeah!
3 words - It don't get no better than this. Basement What? puts out a ruling album that poses the question, 'Why are Creed and Staind crammed in our ears every day, and why must I find all the good music at some website and not Mtv or radio?'
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makayla

its great
Uncle nick its makayla i love all your cds
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Sheila Allen Neergaard

Good band! Sounds like Jefferson Airplane (before they became Jeff Spaceship)
Good CD, good production, good sound. Doesn't sound like it was produced in a basement. What? Sounds like some of the sychedelic bands of the 70's. We liked.
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