ScribbleMonster | Shark Sandwich

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Kids/Family: Children's Pop Rock: 90's Rock Moods: Mood: Fun
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Shark Sandwich

by ScribbleMonster

Nationally recognized for their unique brand of family rock-pop, ScribbleMonster delivers three singles in this musical snack. Hey!
Genre: Kids/Family: Children's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Our Summer Song
3:21 $0.99
2. I'm a Shark (I Rock, I Swim)
3:25 $0.99
3. What's the Big Idea?
3:08 $0.99
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Album Notes
Pioneers of the “kindie rock” scene, ScribbleMonster has appeared on stage at Lollapalooza and was dubbed “Possibly the edgiest kid’s band on the scene today” by Christopher Healy in his book, Pop Culture. If you like guitar based rock-pop and kids, this is the band for you!

“Possibly the edgiest kid’s band on the scene today.”
—Pop Culture: The Sane Man’s Guide to the Insane World of New Fatherhood

“In a day when family music can lean too much towards tinkly fairyland music, some good solid, punky rock’n’roll is a breath of fresh air."
—CD Baby Editorial

“ScribbleMonster plays melodic poppy rock that would fit just fine on alt-rock radio, if only alt-rock radio played songs about monsters going ‘Rrraargh!’ and imaginary friends.”
— Minnesota Parent

“ScribbleMonster plays a meld of punk and pop that parents can appreciate with lyrics that will leave youngsters singing along long after the show is over."
—Northwest Indiana Times

“Some reviewers have likened ScribbleMonster to 'Sesame Street on steroids.' But this Chicago group is popular with parents who don't mind a bit of an edge.”
—The Seattle Times



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