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M Class

by The Bobbleheads

A blend of glee-club vocals, technical proficiency, pedal-to-the-metal production and bubblegum sensibilities.
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. Rose, I'm Sorry
2:45 $0.99
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2. M Class
0:12 album only
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3. M Class
2:33 $0.99
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4. Time (Time)
2:06 $0.99
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5. If You Broke the Old One
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6. Are You Coming Now?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Flowing across your senses like a tiny dose of sugar, M Class , the new 5 song EP from The Bobbleheads will delight, but won’t make you diabetic. Starting off with the story-song “Rose I’m Sorry”, John reflects on his time as cemetery worker. All good musicians have had some sort of day job they draw inspiration from and this is no different. The title track “M-Class” draws it’s inspiration literally from their surrounding. From their garage practice space, they would set off the alarm of the neighbors Mercedes Benz SUV, the M-Class. The song takes it key and tempo from the alarm. Rounding out the album are songs that lyrically reflect John’s elementary school music teaching and personal life. “If You Broke the Old One” is his advice to his students to grab another instrument in the middle of class if they broke it and keep playing. The show must go on. “Time” and “Are you Coming Now” are both solid album tracks that have melodies that will stick to your head like gum from a movie theater floor.
Recorded by fan and friend Chris Xefos (King Missile, Moth Wranglers) in San Francisco.
The Bobbleheads are an indie “sunshine pop” band, based in San Francisco, CA who have been recording and performing since 2003. Consisting of John Ashfield (guitar/vocals), Phil Bulan (drums, vocals), Eugene Koh (bass), their sound is best described as innocently optimistic guitar-infused rock with melodies and choruses that will stay with you for days. The jangly 12-string Rickenbacker guitars, harmonizing vocals and short, 3-minute format keep the music light, bright and strong. According to The Bobbleheads, the world isn’t such a bad place after all.
In 2005 the band’s CD Automatic Fun won the Out Music Award for Best New Recording.

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gbhumphrey

It'll bounce you down the road.
These are songs for driving and / or dancing . Rose I'm sorry is a crowd favorite at the shows and the recoding here captures the vibe people enjoy so much. The Title track is a manic, classic pick up girl? guy? whom ever? in a car song. However it doesn't have quite the happy ending you would want. You tear through these short songs on this EP in nothing flat, but you'll play it again and again.
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