The Beltways | Stella on Mars

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Stella on Mars

by The Beltways

a mixture of energetic power-pop, retro rock and punk with melodies that will keep you humming for life
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Kissing Time
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2. Tran Sister
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3. True Romance
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4. Pop Dreams
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5. Breakup
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6. Off the Cuff
2:52 $0.99
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7. Roller Coaster Girl
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8. Mista Joe
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9. The Put Outs
2:48 $0.99
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10. My Fiddle
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11. Days Gone By
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12. Don't Remember Her Name
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13. Falling Apart
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14. Tell Me (You're coming back)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"When Jay Filippone plucks the right lyric and the right melody out of the air and John Spokus and Pete Kuhn put the right beat under it, they do more than just ape the classic guitar-pop canon; they add to it." - (March 1999; Baltimore City Paper)

"This album slaps you in the face pretty early on and for the most part the sting never really fades." - (Liner Notes; June 1999)

"The accelerating thrust is aimed squarely at the chorus, where the payoff is an irresistibly catchy pop-rock melody. As the three-part harmony vocals join the jangly guitar figure and the undiminished momentum, all those frustrations are magically transformed into renewed hopes." - (Geoffrey Himes; Lifetimes; April 1999)

"Highly improved over the last disc they sent my way. Tighter, harder driving, and better produced hook-filled bar-band pop. Could give those bands on big Deal (Splitsville, Gladhands, Barely Pink) a run for their money." - (Yeah Yeah Yeah; Issue #14; Spring 1999)

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Marty Johnson

Awesome
Great tunes. Can't wait to hear the new keyboard player.

Can't skip tracks though ... kind of a bummer.
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George Brigman

Hot Power Pop From Baltimore !!!
The Beltways 2nd cd is a great collection of hot power pop tunes with great hooks and stellar production !!! - not a bad cut in the lot - from rockers with an edge - Tran Sister / Off The Cuff to the country-ish My Fiddle to the pop ballads Don't Remember Her Name / Days Gone By - the band covers a wide range style wise and pulls it off !!!
Highly recommended.
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