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Everybody See This

by Sandman Viper Command

Catchy indie garage-pop incorporating fuzzed out guitar tones of the sixties and impressive original songwriting.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Strawberry Quick
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2. The Best of Plans
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3. Midwest Moses
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4. Yo Bobcat
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5. Ba Ba Ba
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6. Using Everybody
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7. Dial M
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8. Mushroom Samba
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9. Oh Yeah, It's Fusion
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10. The Metal I've Spent
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11. Ten Rounds Jesus
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12. Sunday Driver
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Since forming in the summer of 2007 SVC has honed their post rock and roll sound and brought it to countless people across Ontario. Wielding fuzzed out garage tones of the sixties and complex, intricate songwriting that is subtle in doing so, the band has shared the bill with many name acts including: The Waking Eyes, Spiral Beach, Holy F*ck, Slim Twig, Pete Best and many more, garnering attention in and around Toronto and the rest of southern Ontario. In the spring of 2009 SVC released their debut album entitled, “Everybody See This,” which was recorded with accomplished Hamilton producer Dave King in his century old barn studio located in Caistor Centre, Ontario. Using an early seventies 24- track tape machine and recorded almost entirely live off the floor, the album is a true effort to preserve the intensity of the band’s authentic, raw sound and the essence of the genre itself.

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Brad at CD Baby


More casual and refined than your run-of-the-mill garage rock noisemakers, this Canadian quartet takes early-aughts-era rock and spins it around a few times, dizzying the sounds once made popular by bands like Hot Hot Heat and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, then straightens it out to mash their own stamp into it. You could find reasons to call it retro, and indeed there are nods to days past (check the Brian Wilson-ness of "Using Everybody"), but once you dig in deeper, you'll find this is best nailed down as just good guitar rock, slathered with the kind of raw freneticism and screw-all attitude that can only be truly flexed by a group of twenty-something dudes who can afford to live it. And live it they must be, because the honest energy in these songs in palpable, sure to make you sway and nod from that fidgety, all-encompassing takeover you can only get when you're surrounded by the sound of guitars that seem ready to burst.
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