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Power This

by The Jellybricks

Guitar-driven American Rock / Power Pop with an emphasis on tight harmonies, energy, and fun.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Can't Be Wrong
3:15 $0.99
2. Simple Me
2:45 $0.99
3. Got Away
3:08 $0.99
4. Easy for You
3:01 $0.99
5. Higher Than
3:18 $0.99
6. Takes Too Long
3:47 $0.99
7. Austin
3:47 $0.99
8. Breaking Down
3:35 $0.99
9. Co-Star
4:21 $0.99
10. All Fired Up
2:49 $0.99
11. Bad Time
3:26 $0.99
12. Over Now
4:43 $0.99
13. Black Cat
2:24 $0.99
14. Well Enough
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Album Notes
Power This - LP - 2004 Kool Kat Musik - Features the single, ʺCan't Be Wrongʺ

released 16 April 2004
Produced by Cliff Hillis / Co-produced by The Jellybricks & Jeff Meglio / Engineered & Mixed by Jeff Meglio & Cliff Hillis / Recorded at home (PA), Cape Sound Productions (PA), Reuben Farther Studios (DE) & Target Recording Studios (MD) / Mastered by Mike Newman at Scullville Studios (NJ) / THE JELLYBRICKS: Larry Kennedy: guitar, vocals - Garrick Chow: bass guitar, vocals - Bryce Connor: guitar, vocals - Tom Kristich: drums, percussion, vocals / Playing Along: Cliff Hillis: additional tasty guitar, ambience - Matt Thomas: hammond organ, wurlitzer piano - Pete Palladino: sexie vocal - Richard Smarts: zippers - Mierda Caliente y el Grupo de Sanchez Sucio: samba break, acoustic palmadas del asno / Cover Art: Garrick Chow & Larry Kennedy / Touchup work by Andrea Gonzalez / Design & Layout: Garrick Chow with The Jellybricks & John Fritchey / Photography: Jason Pappariella & Garrick Chow

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based power pop quartet, The Jellybricks, blazed onto the scene in 1997 with the release of their debut album "Kinky Boot Beast." Their first single, "Who is God" immediately became a hit on local radio stations and soon found its way onto the national airwaves. Within weeks, they found themselves sharing the stage with acts such as Live, Goo Goo Dolls, Fuel, and Better than Ezra.

With their live show honed by months relentless touring, the band returned to the studio and emerged with 1999's critically acclaimed, "Soapopera," their second full-length album. The Jellybricks again found themselves on the airwaves with the singles "Speechless" and "Prerequisite Rocker," and hit the road once more in support of the album.

Their most recent album, "Power This" (2004), is their best yet, and showcases the The Jellybricks' ever-maturing songwriting skills and studio sensibilites. If you've never heard this band, be sure to check them out and see what all the fuss is about. You won't be sorry.



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Matt Hresko

Great power pop!
Power This is a must-get CD for any power pop fanatic. Catchy melodies, interesting lyrics and killer guitar riffs culminate into fun, yet well-crafted, pop songs. Listening to this album may become habit-forming.

Stephen Ginochio - Three Dimensional Blackboard

What is it about Pennsylvania that produces not just great NFL quarterbakcs (Montana, Marino, etc.), but also great pop bands (like Cherry Twister and now The Jellybricks)? "Power This" is the kind of Matthew Sweet-esque pop music the world could use a whole lot more of. Great stuff!

Jim Warner

Polished power-pop, with an edge
Power This is the Jellybricks most mature release to date. With their latest CD, the 'Bricks have managed to further hone their already exceedingly intelligent lyrics and polish their production. However - and this is a rare feat in the music industry - they have done so without losing their edge, or their distinctive collective voice. While one could distinguish a long and varied list of influences based on their sound, Power This takes the band well beyond your average "they sound like so-and-so" comparison. The 'Bricks sound like the 'Bricks. The band and the CD have a voice all their own. Power This is fresh, exciting music for those who prefer quality songwriting and adept execution in a world of carbon-copy rotation list fodder.