Richard Snow & the Inlaws | Am I Really That Boring?

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Am I Really That Boring?

by Richard Snow & the Inlaws

3rd album Nottingham's power poppers .
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Stop Your Crying
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2. Middle Class Girl
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3. If You Don't Rescue Me / Do You Want to
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4. 21st Century
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5. I Still Love Your Face
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6. Never Hear Your Voice Again
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7. Do You Want To?
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8. Take Me Back Home (No.8)
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9. Good Guys Never Win
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10. Fishspeaker
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11. Am I Really That Boring?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From Nottingham England, Richard Snow & The Inlaws are known in power pop circles for their Jangly, vocal harmony drenched sound. Richard released 2 albums in the noughties (Richard Snow and Tuesday Music) that received great reviews praising the great production and arrangements. Both album's were re-issued by LA based label "SideBmusic" and are still availble on CDbaby. Richard formed his band The Inlaws in 2005 so he could bring his music to a live stage. Since then they've played alongside the likes of Snow Patrol, The Posies and Sandi Thom. "Am I Really that Boring" is Richards first full album of new material since 2005 and the first to come out under the banner of "Richard Snow & the Inlaws" The album shows a step up in the level of songwriting skill while keeping the signature production, arrangements and vocal harmonies that graced the 1st 2 albums.

Reviews:
"Every song here is good, without any filler to be found – and a special treat is the title track with it’s wicked riff that builds and its obsessive-compulsive lyric “Am I really that boring? Yes I am, and I don’t care.” Fans of jangle rock and smooth harmonies will love this album. Highly Recommended." Powerpopaholic

"Am I Really That Boring?” is a classic on all fronts: songwriting, playing, and production. The strength of the songwriting is what elevates the songs above the mere “retro” tag. There are subtle, but not overpowering nods to the power-pop greats (the Byrds, Mersey beat, Ray Davies, Elvis Costello, Badfinger, Buddy Holly, Beach Boys, and Wings), but the way Richard weaves these influences into his songs results in a unique sound all their own. Cleverness in his lyrics abound: “I put my records in order alphabetically cause I want them in the right place…am I really that boring? Yes I am and I don’t care!” And the sarcastic lyrics of “Middle Class Girl” border on Ray Davies brilliance.
If there ever was a renaissance-man-of-power pop, it is Richard Snow.
Ronnie Dannelley - www.earcandy.com

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