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In The Sunshine

by The Eddies

Mod Powerpop Surf Punk
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All Alone
3:50 $0.99
2. Sometime
2:51 $0.99
3. In Tears (Again)
3:03 $0.99
4. Life Could Be So Good
1:57 $0.99
5. Thinking Of This Girl
2:15 $0.99
6. Queen Of Hearts
2:41 $0.99
7. So In Love
1:52 $0.99
8. Girl With The Golden Hair
3:41 $0.99
9. Find My Way Back Home
2:08 $0.99
10. What Is Love
2:48 $0.99
11. Jungle Beat
2:17 $0.99
12. Every Time
2:36 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Eddies - In The Sunshine
The Eddies are brothers Dale and Dean Hoth (Guitar and Bass) along with Cris Cordero (Drums). Produced by Earle Mankey and musically it featuresMike Nolte(The Last) and Mankey himself helping out, along with a cover of a song from Bart Mendoza(The Shambles) so you know the good taste quotient is going to be present. And Music bears that out......but it`s hard to pin down who they sound like(okay, how about a garagey version The Cars playing The Jam with a deconstructionist art-pop leaning? Ja? No? Sure!) as it`s quite evident this is a band of serious music fans that know how to fuse together their inspirations and just have a good time writing and performing---and from that, is a spirit infectious.
Not Lame Recording Company - December 2004

The Eddies - In The Sunshine
Excellent power pop rock for fans of Weezer, Shambles, The Cars, B52s, and more. The California band makes music "In the Sunshine" with a bare bone sound that is neither slick nor over-produced. Recommended to fans of straight forward honest to goodness power pop. Featuring: Guitars, Bass, and Drums!!! That's the real deal.
JAM RECORDS - December 2004

The Eddies "In The Sunshine" It's a Saturday night and you need something to play loud, something that captures the spirit of youth, something equal parts melody and energy. Something Like the Eddies. The trios debut, "In The Sunshine," is an album that takes a few listens to approach, but is an ultimately rewarding disc, with it's share of pop gems. It's hard to pinpoint the exact influences. At times the groups lush dense sound sounds a bit like the Beatles crossed with the Velvet Underground at it's poppiest, hanging with the Jam. Even that description doesn't really do the album justice. "Find My Way Back Home" sounds like it would've been a Rodney on The ROQ fave circa 1981 - and that's a good thing. Meanwhile "So In Love" is everything one could hope for in a quirky, offbeat mid tempo ballad. The sound of the album, produced by the legendary Earl Mankey (who also contributes keys on a few tracks), and with a cameo from Mike Nolte of The Last, has a decidedly DIY flavor to it. Not every song works, but at it's best "In the Sunshine" ably captures a teenage spirit not heard since powerpop's late seventies heyday. San Diego Union Tribune - May 2004



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