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Human Cannonball | Let's Be Friends

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Let's Be Friends

by Human Cannonball

Jesse's range, from joy-pop to heart-busting tear jerkers-flat out rockers to abstract pieces, is at it's best. The band gives these songs the power and detail they deserve. This record shines a bright light through the heart of the midwest.
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Let's Be Friends 1 and 2
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2. King Tangerine
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3. Made of Gold
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4. Chains
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5. Friends 3
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6. Overtime
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7. Milk and Honey
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8. Stop Crying
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9. Alley Cat
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10. Ghost Yard
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11. Classic Freak
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12. Christmas
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13. Up My Alley
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14. Adeline
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15. Annalucia
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16. Arrows
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Album Notes
Featuring members of Southeast Engine, Shrug, and the Rebel Set.

"Ah yes, the songs. They were always sturdy, never lacking in forward motion. Whether they dabbled in loud, jangly stuff or mellow balladry, everything felt it had a pulse. That's especially impressive given how many songwriters lean on "classic" genres as a crutch for lack of a fresh point of view. Remnant's writing is steeped in pop history with a tinge of americana - think Wilco as performed by Of Montreal- but for all their cribbing from well -worn traditions, Human Cannonball never sounded like a band going through the motions." -Chris DeVille, Columbus Alive.

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