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Record Collection

by Cloud Eleven

'60s & '70s style Psych-Pop that often evokes the classic imprints of The Beatles, Brian Wilson, XTC & Burt Bacharach; sometimes within the same song.
Genre: Pop: Sunshine Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Record Collection
3:49 album only
2. The Mystic's Mistake
4:03 album only
3. Along With You
4:36 album only
4. High as the Rising Sun
3:21 album only
5. Too Soon Was Yesterday
4:27 album only
6. 40 Below
5:21 album only
7. What If I Found You
2:32 album only
8. Indian Guru
3:10 album only
9. As You Are
1:56 album only
10. A Sadness in Sorry
3:17 album only
11. Let Us All Find Peace
4:09 album only


Album Notes
The long-awaited new album from Cloud Eleven is finally here, and it's called Record Collection. it has been nearly 9 years since the last release and 2 years in the making. Welcome back Cloud Eleven!!

HISTORY: The first self-titled album by Cloud Eleven was released on Del-Fi Records in 1999. Prior to that release, Rick Gallego, under the moniker Jiffipop, had released one album called Demolicious in 1996.
Since that time, Cloud Eleven has released another three albums that are often hailed as pop classics-- Orange and Green and Yellow and Near in 2002, Terrestrial Ballet in 2004, and Sweet Happy Life in 2006.
All of the above albums can be purchased from CD Baby as well.

What people are saying about Record Collection:

"Record Collection is a superb, career-defining album, their best yet and will, if our prognostication skills are keen, be right up there on this year’s best-of lists..."
Alan Haber - Pure Pop Radio

"Record Collection is replete with the soft, pillowy California light psych sounds that have informed their previous releases, and each of the 11 tunes is something of a feast for the ears..."
John Borack - Goldmine Magazine

"Highly recommended, and worthy of your music collection..."
Aaron Kupferberg -

"You'll definitely want to add this to your, um, record collection...."
Absolute Powerpop



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