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Schoolboy Crush On Che Guevara

by Poland

Chamber pop. Moody guitar pop with boy/girl harmonies and a string quartet. For fans of Brian Wilson and Lennon & McCartney, and all those who have followed.
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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1. Factorytown
4:30 album only
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2. Small Talk and Miracles
2:35 album only
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3. Marty
3:02 album only
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4. Ghost About Town/Mission Control
4:17 album only
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5. Movie Scars
3:52 album only
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6. Von Neumann's Catastrophe
2:52 album only
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7. Sponge Cake/A Place in the Sun
4:57 album only
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8. Emily and Alice in the Fall
1:56 album only
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9. Goodbye Blue Monday
2:04 album only
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10. Hit Tempo
4:27 album only

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Album Notes
Poland's second release - "Schoolboy Crush on Che Guevara" on Class M Records.

This 2008 release finds the Seattle band expanding a bit on their indie pop/chamber pop sounds of their first CD, "Tuesdays & Wednesdays". This offering includes more vocal tracks, with nice boy/girl harmonies and some interesting string arrangements. It also highlights some unusual instrumentation that accents their core of guitar, bass, drum, and keys - like the inclusion of vibes, melodica, banjo, ukulele, glockenspiel, and lap steel. (Think Brian Wilson's “Pet Sounds” or “Smile” for the modern popster). Fans of Poland’s well-established cinematic sounds won’t be disappointed, and will also find new enjoyment in the more classic pop songwriting approach in many of the new songs.

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