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Mr Richard and the Pound Hounds | Backyard Astronauts

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Kids/Family: Children's Pop Pop: Bubblegum Pop Moods: Mood: Fun
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Backyard Astronauts

by Mr Richard and the Pound Hounds

Tasty pop-rock for the kids that runs from wacky to wistful to whimsical.
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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1. Kids Gotta Rock!
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2. Garbage Man
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3. 5-Second Rule
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4. Birthday Wish
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5. The Good Towels
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6. Our Rocketship
3:40 $0.99
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7. How Flowers Change the World
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8. Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl
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9. Turn That Turtle Around
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10. The Groundhog's Lament
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11. Mockingbird
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12. When Mom Sings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"full of witty childhood observation...fun stuff"--Out With The Kids

"...musical earworm(s)....it's his best album yet" --Zooglobble

Jangly pop-rock from Orlando's Mr Richard and the Pound Hounds, Comprised of mixing the Kinks, the Who, and Apples In Stereo with the Banana Splits, Lancelot Link & the Evolution Revolution, and Josie & the Pussycats for dancing kids everywhere, with songs about the garbage man, the 5-Second Rule, and good towels. Cool artwork by David Buckley.

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2012 re-release even better than 2011 version
The original 2011 release was already good, but the 2012 re-release improved tracks 4, 5, and 12. Not sure what was done to these three songs, but they sound much better. Now I can enjoy the whole CD without having to skip those tracks.
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