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Fourth

by Junebug

Power pop - The Ramones meet the Beach Boys.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Abergele
3:42 album only
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2. Searching For Something
2:44 album only
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3. Trailer Park Girls
2:24 album only
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4. Summer Days (Don't Go Away)
3:28 album only
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5. If It Were Not For Us
2:18 album only
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6. Lost In The City
2:24 album only
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7. Hey Mr Sunshine
3:19 album only
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8. The Best Thing In The World
4:00 album only
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9. Telling Lies
2:33 album only
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10. See Your Love
3:01 album only
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11. A New Generation
3:41 album only
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12. I Know Your Heart Is Set On Me
3:06 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Junebug are a power-pop band hailing from North Wales and the Wirral featuring Ralph Latham (guitar, vocals),Guy Latham (bass, keyboards) and Warren Gilbert (drums, percussion).

Influences include 60's bands (The Beatles, The Beach Boys), punk rock (The Ramones, The Buzzcocks), new wave (Split Enz, XTC) and indie (The Stone Roses, Teenage Fanclub) although they like all sorts of music. They mold all their influences together to create their own sound.

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