Crown Jewels | Bubble & Squeak

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Rock: Americana Pop: Power Pop Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Bubble & Squeak

by Crown Jewels

Where gritty Americana meets cushy power pop for an ultimately delicious sound.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Toughest Girl in the Neighborhood
3:24 album only
2. Last Confession
3:04 album only
3. Lovers On Earth
5:00 album only
4. She Got No Hair
3:33 album only
5. Dream
2:32 album only
6. Strawberryvelvetfiftycentshoes
5:09 album only
7. Miss Lonely Heart
3:30 album only
8. Money Don't Help
2:59 album only
9. Tim
3:11 album only
10. Tax Free
3:31 album only
11. Dark Desire
5:37 album only
12. Believe Me, Camille
7:42 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is a limited edition CD - Only 100 copies were pressed!

Originally released on, Bubble & Squeak is a "Best Of" Crown Jewels featuring songs from their debut CD, "Spitshine", the follow-up, "Linoleum" and 2 tracks never released on CD - "Dream" from the film "The Stand In" and the rollicking "Tax Free".

For more info on the boys check the the pages here at CDBaby: Crown Jewels -"Spitshine", Crown Jewels - "Linoleum" or The Contes - "Bleed Together".



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Brentt VanSickle

So good it's hard to describe
What can I say about this CD other than it's like the my absolute favorite combination of Crown Jewels. Steve and John are the greatest. I don't think I know what a bad Crown Jewels song is. I would recommend this great combination of songs to anyone. Hurry and buy it, cus there are only 100 and I got one!!!


Good Stuff
I have liked the Conte brothers ever since Co. of Wolves, the style is just, right down my alley, good solid rock.

Megan McCollough

Tasty rock music that won't offend your grandmother
John and Steve Conte are musical geniuses. As ashamed as I am to use the cliche, they've selected their best to create "a soundtrack to my life." Maybe it's because "Toughest Girl in the Neighborhood" hits a little too close to home (Fortunately, the same can't be said for "She Got No Hair"). There's something a little indie, a little rock, with a lot of originality on "Bubble & Squeak" like the early 90's distilled into one CD. It reminds me possibly of my old Matthew Sweet tapes or the sadly short-lived Magnificent Bastards. Underneath all their song is guitar-driven rock simplicity. Plus it's the best of the best songs on one cd! Buy it and listen to it while drinking a Chambord Royale on your porch during the summer.