Broken Promise Keeper | Ice Cold Pop

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Ice Cold Pop

by Broken Promise Keeper

"Good pop that goes down smooth" (Absolute Powerpop) - "Required listening in the powerpop universe" (Too Poppy) - "Full of rich effortless hooks" (Powerpopaholic) - "A startlingly good album... one hell of an addictive cocktail" (Bill's Music Forum)
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Directions
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2. Worship From Afar
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3. Kristine
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4. I Blame James
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5. Look Out Hollywood
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6. Fake It
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7. Show Me
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8. Amusement Park Lover
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9. Life Is Killing Me
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10. Once
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11. Secret
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12. Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Broken Promise Keeper is a one-man studio band based in Decatur, Georgia, the coolest part of metro Atlanta.

The music is unabashedly pop, in that it's full of catchy, hook-filled melodies and vocal harmonies. But there's plenty of rockin' power in the driving guitars, chugging bass lines, and pounding drums.

BPK got his start back in the North Carolina/Athens, GA "janglepop" scene of the mid 1980s, what is now recognized as a golden age of Southern powerpop. The songs and style of that era still influence him today but there are plenty of references from the past two decades in his music!

Here's what folks have had to say about "Ice Cold Pop," the latest album from BPK:

- "Seldom have I heard such a strong debut of songs... one listen and you’re hooked" (Big Hollywood, June 2009)

- "This is required listening in the powerpop universe" (Too Poppy, June 2009)

- "Pulls out all the stops and highlights a special light side of pop that most reminds me of early Shoes. Old school, good school. VERY highy recommended!" (Not Lame, May 2009)

- "The tracks here are full of rich effortless hooks... this one is worth the effort to track down and listen to"
(Powerpopaholic, April 2009)

- "Ice Cold Pop" is an startlingly good album... one hell of an addictive cocktail" (Bill's Music Forum, March 2009)

- "Tasty pop... nailed the singalong factor"

- "Hits me right where I live - I'm a freakin' sucker for catchy power pop. And this more than qualifies!"

- "Look Out Hollywood" has a great early R.E.M. vibe..."

- "When I found myself irresistibly tapping my toes to "Fake It" I realized I should probably spread the word..."

- "A perfect slab of pure pop, very singalong"

- "Overall, a very strong album. It's harmony and tune heavy. The lyrics have a lot of humour in them, but also a lot of hurt - laughter in the face of adversity. The playing is accomplished and the production is very good. Recommended listening."

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