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This Is Serious Business

by Q*Ball

Twelve new electro-pop songs encompassing everything from pop to punk, from pianos to pizza - Q*Ball remains as eclectic as ever, but one thing is for sure, making quality music is seriously his business.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. His Name Is Goliath
4:22 album only
2. This Is Serious Business
3:43 album only
3. Baby You Drive Me Crazy
3:07 album only
4. Second Chance
4:57 album only
5. Music And Pizza Boy
3:19 album only
6. Freak Out, Rock Hard
3:24 album only
7. Pez Dispenser
5:56 album only
8. Goodbye Piano
3:13 album only
9. Small Business Development Center
3:27 album only
10. Baked On The Freeway
1:59 album only
11. Closer & Closer To The End
4:06 album only
12. Conversation Piece
3:19 album only


Album Notes
Q*Ball\'s third album combines the quirky electronica and sonic brilliance of Q\'s previous albums with a more straightforward pop/rock sensibility, featuring live drums, acoustic guitars, grand pianos, and, once again, the capable skills of guitarist & co-producer Bumblefoot.

\"This Is Serious Business\" illustrates Q*Ball\'s growth as an artist, a label guru, and, most of all, as a man. Twelve new songs encompassing everything from pop to punk, from pianos to pizza - Q*Ball remains as eclectic as ever, but one thing is for sure, making quality music is seriously his business.

Check out Q*Ball\'s acclaimed previous releases, \"Fortune Favors The Bald\", & \"Q*Ball In Space\", at CD Baby, iTunes, and Bald Freak Music online.




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J-Sin Shawn

Magically delicious harmonies and dance rhythms make this a completely infectiou
Q*Ball is once again back and sure to take over the club and indie music scene. After a horde of successful albums in his past, it’s his latest collaboration with friend Bumblefoot that is sure to propel him into the hearts and minds of every last human on Earth. Magically delicious harmonies and dance rhythms make “This Is Serious Business” a completely infectious listen filled to the brim with catchy hooks. While he’s just as bald as Moby, he’s a thousand times more special and nowhere near as fake as that other white bald techno guy. You’ll be wanting this album, for serious.

Barry Adkins Jr.

"Let's get SERIOUS!"
I think it is safe to say that Darkwing Duck has nothing on Q*Ball. In previous albums we found him waist-deep in 80s movie-style ballads, quirky electronica, and a bit of tongue in cheek goodness. But, as the title suggests, Q is moving to a new point in his life. This isn’t to say that he’s forgotten where he came from, with songs like “Music and Pizza Boy” and “Small Business Development Center” clearly showcasing that quirkiness and electronica that we’ve grown to love. Nor have we seen him abandon the rock ballads that make the girls swoon and the men turn green. What is serious about this is the overall presentation, much more focused than before, and much more grounded in life. Plus, I have yet to hear a more seriously performed song about PEZ than is featured here.

For those that loved older Q*Ball albums and fear he’s lost something with this release, put those fears to rest. Q hasn’t abandoned you and the opener “His Name is Goliath” will assure you of that. And for those that didn’t quite feel connected to previous records, this is what you were waiting for! Trust me, I’m serious.