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Hello, Mr. Radio

by Mr. Radio

A stylistic, and modern take on the popular art rock of the 70's. Huge, lush arrangements with unforgettable hooks, and powerfully dynamic changes.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Intro
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2. All Around The World
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3. Frozen Wings
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4. Boogie Shoes
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5. Let The Rain Come Down
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6. Until The End
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7. All That I Could Do
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8. Wait
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9. That's What It Takes
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10. The Right Thing
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11. Walls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When I set out to make this album, I was caught between newly discovering some great Brit-Pop bands, and re-discovering some of the lush art-rock of the 70's. The echoes in my head were equal parts ELO, Queen, and Pink Floyd; along with Oasis, The Devlins, World Party, and Travis. I wanted to try to capture nuances of both, as if those bands of the 70's were still vital on the new music scene today.

With constant inspiration from producers like Jeff Lynne, Roy Thomas Baker, and Bob Ezrin, I set out to create something as large, and dynamic as an ELO record, with the intimacy and personal experience of a Coldplay album. And for a little extra fun, how about a cover of K.C. and The Sunshine Band's "Boogie Shoes" done in the style of ELO's "Don't Bring Me Down".

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ichinmybrain

I recommend it.
This cd is great.If you like ELO you should definately get this cd.
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bigbusterfromglynn

Classy Rock Album!
I enjoyed this album, if you're a Fan of ELO or Cheap Trick, you'll find it a joy to listen to.
A short intro leads into All Around The World, a minor anthem. After that, the classy songs keep on coming.
Highlights are All That I Could Do, That's What It Takes, and the finale Walls, a brassy funky song with shades of the Sweet here.
A good album which has no rubbish filler tracks, their next album will find it hard to better this one!
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Alan Haber

Review by Alan Haber - host of the Pure Pop radio show
I’m absolutely floored…this
is very cool, extremely clever, creative, melodic pop music, with
terrific harmonies and hooks galore. Great vocals and playing
complete the picture. What a nice thing to find: an homage to ELO and
melodic pop! You deliver your songs in great style; have you been
working on anything new?

You start out strong with the intro and "All Around the World";
that'a great chorus, with cool back vocal stings. I like the beat in
"Let The Rain Come Down"; the lick is very catchy. Your vocal is
super here; sort of an Island kind of feel in the verses, and a pure
pop feel in the chorus, which really gets under your skin in a solid,
great way. My pick to click, along with the classic, straight-ahead
pop of "That's What It Takes"; nice middle eight, by the way, and
fine backing vocals leading into the hooky chorus. Very cool. And
what an inspired choice it was to recast "Boogie Shoes" into the
shoes of the style of "Don't Bring Me Down" (that's a nice Elvis nod
in the chorus). Very fun, indeed.
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