Rod Mitchell | Cheesecake

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Cheesecake

by Rod Mitchell

Sprinkled with witty lyrics and leavened with sugary hard-driving guitar licks, this will spoil your appetite for any other fare.
Genre: Rock: Comedy Rock
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1. My Imaginary Life
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2. Comfort Level
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3. Boy Toy
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4. The Dying Squirrel
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5. Party Boy
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6. Joker
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7. Over the Top
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8. Jupiter
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9. Slam
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10. Ferris Wheel
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11. Relax
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Album Notes
Rod Mitchell is the joker and the joker is back! “Cheesecake” is gleefully irreverent, a “This Is Spinal Tap” send-up of various musical styles, putting a new spin on punk, disco, new wave, and doo-wop music. Toe-tapping beats combine with witty lyrics, proving that musical comedy is very much alive, and not only found on the Broadway stage.

In 1994, Rod Mitchell was at the helm of the Connecticut-based band, “The Yooskies.” After the band broke up in 1998, the best of their songs were incorporated into the musical comedy, “Zuleika.” In 2002, taking a break from songwriting, Rod Mitchell released a spoken word album with sound effects, “Alternate Reality Poetry.” This was followed by a more ambitious spoken word album, with more music, “The Ancient Mariner.” “Cheesecake” is a return to traditional song-writing, with the emphasis again on catchy tunes.

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