Nick Pipitone | Anything I Want To Say

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Anything I Want To Say

by Nick Pipitone

Acerbic, ironic and sardonic. Guitar-driven power pop.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Anything I Want To Say
3:12 $0.99
2. Sunday
2:52 $0.99
3. Nervous Breakdown
3:22 $0.99
4. One Way Street
3:13 $0.99
5. The Perfect Girl
4:02 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mired in obscurity and self-deprecation, Nick Pipitone's career in music is like the most boring VH-1 Behind the Music episode you've ever seen.....

While fronting a band called Sugarsmack in the late 90s, Nick and the band released a self-titled CD on Bombardier Records to critical acclaim in power pop circles which led to an invitation to the Los Angeles International Pop Overthrow festival. As most bands go, however, they disbanded not soon after relegating Nick back to the drawing board.

Nick then began writing songs for TV commercials, gaining some local acclaim in Milwaukee, a city he calls home. It took Nick a year to amass new material and to fool more people into playing with him; he fronted a band precariously called "Pipitone" which released a blistering power pop CD called "Music for Minivans" on Kool Kat Records of New Jersey. Underheard, underplayed and underappreciated, Music for Minivans featured a mixture of backup musicians from his past and present. Pipitone disbanded as Nick and his family were called to the suburbs. In the small village of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, Nick upset the peace and quiet by permeating the air with telecasters and jazzmasters. The neighbors didn't complain so he set to throwing tracks for new material into his Apple G4.

Songs abound, Nick waited for the right time to start a band so Nick re-united with longtime drummer Nick Verban (ex-pretty much everyone), bassist Kevin Ponec and guitarist Don Moore. Nick's new 5 song EP, "Anything I Want To Say" released by Burst Records is set to be released on May 31, 2005.



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Herman Edwards

what the?
The stuff is great! Who is this guy and where's he been! I picked this up on the recommendation of an ex-girlfriend(the b&@ch) and I love it!

Raymont Bailey

Very very very fun album
This short album is filled with songs that take advantage of traditional pop hooks as well as some great lyrics. The vocals are out front, but unlike some bands that play under the power pop banner they don't have a retro tinge. The instrumentation is great, althought the album misses on the "danger" aspect. My personal favorite is the title track and it's wild abandon style.