Rome 56 | I Hate Your Record Collection

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I Hate Your Record Collection

by Rome 56

Guitar driven rocking anthem about something we can all relate to ..loving the person but hating their record collection
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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Rome 56 is vintage yet new, retro and resilient....pop and rock with a slight country tilt. The songs cover a wide range of topics with humor and compassion ... from "hating your record collection" to "money laundering"...."I like the means of which a listener can acquire so much imagery. You can just feel the eccentric vibe through the microphone. I can see Hunter S. Thompson sitting in the front row of a Rome 56 show." Rome 56 is the music of Arthur Lamonica (of CBGB's band The Shirts). "The essence of a great pop song became clear to me when The Shirts from Brooklyn hit the Dutch Top 10 within a matter of days with Tell Me Your Plans, an Arthur Lamonica song. What is the secret of a great pop song? A great pop song sounds good in any interpretation, be it acoustic, electric, or performed by a classical choir... it mesmerizes you on the spot. When in the morning I'm woken by a melody in my head it's very often an Arthur Lamonica song. That is the risk you willfully run when you listen to his contagious songs. With Arthur Lamonica the Song is King, and he is a most valiant servant."
Wouter Meijer - Amsterdam, copywriter, inventor, bass player

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