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King Richard

by Letter Seventeen

Whismical indie pop fun with lyrics worth listening to.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. So Social
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2. Dancing Machine
3:23 $0.49
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3. Time Bomb
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4. The Year of King Richard
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5. Laws of Motion
3:34 $0.49
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6. Deep Hole
2:38 $0.49
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7. If You Want Me to Go
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8. Number Q
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9. Summer Nights
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10. Lavender Haze
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Letter Seventeen is an Atlanta-based indie pop band, primarily consisting of multi-instrumentalist Tim Alexander, but featuring regular contributions from a cast of characters, include Grant Muller (drums), Clarke McMurray (keyboards and backing vocals), and an occasional guitar solo from Telestrion's Andy Samford. The songs are catchy and whismsical. Tim states his goal as making you smile (or at least smirk) while you tap your foot.

King Richard is the third album by Letter Seventeen, featuring a wide variety of songs and styles. From the power pop of "So Social" to the 80's-inspired songs "Dancing Machine" and "Laws Of Motion", to the banjo and accordion-tinged "The Year Of King Richard", and even the psychedelic "Lavender Haze". The album has something for all listeners.

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