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China Syndrome

by China Syndrome

Catchy, hooky power pop with a garage band/new wave edge.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Flat World
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2. Friend By Habit
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3. I'm Not Sure
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4. Tired of Pretending
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5. Here Comes That Monday Feeling
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6. Jean's Not Happening
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7. Cantopop
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8. She's In Her Own Space
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9. So Proud
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10. Something Real
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11. Keep It A Secret
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12. Way Out
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The China Syndrome sound is a fine blend of the driving pop hooks of The New Pornographers and Fountains of Wayne, with liberal dollops of old favourites such as the Replacements, XTC and the Kinks. Our debut album was recorded at JC/DC Studio in Vancouver under the keen production eyes and ears of David Carswell (Smugglers, Evaporators), with help from The New Pornographers’ John Collins, the team responsible for great recent discs by The New Pornographers, Destroyer, Tegan & Sara, and the Shilohs among many others. This album has been described as "one CD that should be on everyone's 'must have' list" (International Pop Overthrow) and "a grower" (The Province).

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