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The Cartoon Factory

by The Cartoon Factory

70's/80's-ish tinged Power Pop-Guitar Rock with intelligent lyrics and crisp vocal harmonies reminiscent of Badfinger/Gin Blossoms or Weezer meets Cheap Trick. Hair Band Revival with arena rock feel.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Monkey Girl
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2. Tongue Tied
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3. Baby Girl
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4. Deaf, Dumb & Blind
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5. Hopeless
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6. Whirlwind
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7. Without You
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8. Tiny Boxes
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9. I Live For You
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Music that can be serious without taking itself too seriously. Intelligent enough to think about and catchy enough that ya don't have to! Fronted by former Delilahs Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter Chuck Chapman and former TVNeats bassist Chip Anderson, The Cartoon Factory writes those 3 minute gems that ya just gotta sing along with. Songs so infectious they could start an epidemic!

From the opening strains of "Hey, Monkey Girl!" to the closing tongue-in-cheek (or fangs in neck?) ode to Buffy the Vampire Slayer-"I Live for You" the band is about fun.

Songs about Girls & Sci-Fi("I shoulda known it'd never work, she liked Picard and I liked Kirk..") Love & Hope(less)ness ( What's a girl like that doin in a place like this, and why's she talkin to me?) and all the things in life that really matter, like a brand new "Baby Girl" Songs you can relate to and enjoy doing it! It sounds like everything and nothing you've heard before.

Having sold discs in 7 countries (as of this writing) and reiceiving independent and internet radio airplay all over the globe, The world is beginning to take notice of the Cartoon Factory's genre crossing, ageless music. Become a 'Toonie and see for ya self!

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