Bobby Jealousy | The Importance of Being Jealous

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The Importance of Being Jealous

by Bobby Jealousy

The second album by creative force, Bobby Jealousy, is like a giant pop-rock butterfly using its totally glam proboscis to tickle your folky brain and make you spew classical joy.
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1. Falling On My Face
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2. A Brand New Day
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3. Bang Bang
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4. If I Was Your Man
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5. Children of God
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6. 25 Years
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7. Fall Asleep in Your Arms
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8. We Don't Need to Know
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9. Baby I'm Down
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10. The Agreement
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11. Shipwrecked
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12. There's Nothing You Can Do About It
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13. You're Gonna Miss Me
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14. The Right Side
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bobby Jealousy is a young band of old souls determined to claim pop music for the underground.
Since 2011 Bobby Jealousy has written and recorded three full-length albums, one of which helped a
California couple to conceive. Sabrina Ellis of A Giant Dog, husband Seth Gibbs,
drummer Adam Harlow and Brian Patterson on guitar; Bobby Jealousy is the sentiment of the odd man out, the collective
shout of the socially anxious, the waning hope of the everyman, and the pagan deity of the hyper-romantic.
Bobby Jealousy works hard to change the lives of its listeners, one big, loud, dirty pop song at a time.

The follow-up to 2012's "A Little Death", "The Importance Of Being Jealous" is another poignant, helplessly romantic rock and roll album but it's louder, angrier and closer to death. Pulling in every direction, it experiments with soul and blues and it toys with glam and metal. It does as much as it can get away with while still being undeniably pop.

"'Shipwrecked' really has everything you could ask for from a pop tune, a razor-sharp guitar hook,
harmonies, strings, and a sing-along break-down full of plenty of “ohs.” It’s a grand song, but it’s
most definitely still rock ‘n’ roll, and it’ll leave you in awe of everything Bobby Jealousy."
-Paul Carrubba KUTX Jan. 11 2013

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