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Cheers Elephant

by Cheers Elephant

Chew It Up, Spit It Out, Rock n' Roll
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here We Are
4:20 album only
2. Space And Time
3:41 album only
3. Mr Marvelous
3:03 album only
4. Sunshine Spaceships
3:37 album only
5. One Penny One Quarter Back
0:39 album only
6. Dharma
5:21 album only
7. Cocaine
3:08 album only
8. Tracking The Whale
3:51 album only
9. Hey Pagoda
4:28 album only
10. Continuation
4:23 album only
11. Wide Eyed
4:16 album only
12. Without Me
2:43 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Philadelphia Weekly

Cheers Elephant sound more British than most young Philly bands. They set out for prime Kinks real estate, and nearly close the deal with their rambunctious shows. (They could grow up to become the Teeth.) But as smoothly as songs like “Here We Are” and “Wide Eyed” channel ’60s psych and folk, the band reveals spidery digressions and fat Primus-style basslines amid their noisy rave-ups live. The result is a heady swirl of influences that grapple with each other for attention while Cheers Elephant play happily along. (Doug Wallen)

Soundcheck Magazine

In the course of seeing them twice, Cheers Elephant has won over everyone who’s gone with me: the bitchiest guy I know, an indie snob, and two girls who admittedly don’t care much about music. The fact that Cheers, Elephant was able to pass this fan base obstacle course speaks to their strength. Their live show is what I would imagine would happen if a train marked “rock” smashed into a van marked “folk”, and then an airplane called “drugs” smashed into that mess, and then cool kids showed up to dance on the wreckage. Interestingly, their recorded stuff is much sweeter than the live show might suggest: they bring a manic intensity when they’re on stage, but their songs are legitimately layered and interesting in CD format, too. (Caitlin Caven)



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