The Mistaken | Calliope Sound

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by The Mistaken

Alternative folk for people who hate alternative folks.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. George Zapata
2:40 $0.99
2. Hurt
3:00 $0.99
3. Somebody's Birthday
3:11 $0.99
4. Serial Romance
2:54 $0.99
5. Big Top
2:59 $0.99
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Album Notes
In the words of one Mistaken fan: ‘you aren’t writing about milkshakes...’

The Mistaken deal with lonely satellites, bunker-dwelling control-freaks, articulate terrorists and George Zapata, among others. Is it a thankless job? We think not.

The Mistaken were enlisted as back-up band for Drayfus Grayson on his 'Go!' CD, released 1998. We and Drayfus shared many a smoky dive together as ‘Three Guesses’, traversing the Westside underbelly of converted mortuaries and hen-houses masquerading as nightclubs.

The Mistaken have been associated with fellow conspirators The Brothers Dimm, and The Flower Machine. Mistaken members hail from Mount Washington, Lake Forest and Santa Ana, now known collectively as ‘Dreamland.’

Musical influences include Wilco, Squeeze, Ron Sexsmith, Beatles, et al. Then again, our record collections include albums by Crowded House, XTC, Esquivel, Annette, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, and Jerry Vale.

Should probably stop there.

Band personnel:

Chris Shulda: vocals, bass, guitar
Nick Santangelo: vocals, piano, organ, guitar
Jose Sanchez: drums
Steve Sadd: sax on ‘Hurt’

May you get what you want.



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Ty Plaza

1. Same guitar rhythms played, curions about the dialogue
2. Kind of upbeat for a song named "Hurt"
3. Reminds me of Weezer, a little of The Beatles and Green Day
5. Oh. My. God.

Cameron Slack

Another teen's point of view
1. Great beat, nice guitar
3. I like it, sounds like The Beatles, vocals better in this one, at 1:37 love the change beat, 2:22 love the change in beat again
6. Like, catchy

Cam Steele

A teen's point of view
Track 1: the guitar is great, weird song/lyrics
Track 2: decent drums, needs more fills, nice sounding drums, good guitar
Track 3: best one so far, reminds me of John Lennon
Track 6: good, kinda catchy
Overall: good instruments