Patrick's Head | A Mild Case of Something Weird

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A Mild Case of Something Weird

by Patrick's Head

Semi-Acoustic, Modern Folk-Pop
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Susan Says
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2. Calling Her Again
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3. Armour
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4. Hey Babe...
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5. Bring You Home
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6. Find a Way
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7. Dinosaur
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8. Just Like You
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9. Miss You Now
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10. New Orleans
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This collection of memorable melodies and foot-stomping rhythms, unofficially billed as "The Replacements meet The Monkeys" is the second release by Patrick' Head. Their throaty acoustic sounds mixed with distorted under-currents of electric guitar make the perfect foundation for lyrics full of desperate joy and smoldering heartache.

"Their songs make you want to jump in your car and find a lost love" states one long time fan.

Patrick's Head released their debut CD "A Conversation With Baby" in 2000. It is also available on cdbaby

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K-Chubb

Reminds me of...
...every bad relationship I've ever been in - but in a GOOD way. By the end of this CD I wanted to call up everyone one of my ex-girlfiends just to say "Hi". The songs are simple yet moving. On the surface they seem like basic Pop/Folk songs but there's a lot of emotion going on. But don't get the wrong idea...they're not SAD songs, quite the opposite, most are very upbeat. I definately get "The Replacements" comparison.
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