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Fire And Ice

by Shake Some Action!

Seattle powerpoppers 3rd album features a more sophisticated and modern sound with a nod to Madchester, 80s jangle pop and classic 60s songcraft.
Genre: Rock: Madchester
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stand And Deliver
5:17 $0.80
2. Touch the Sky
2:54 $0.80
3. Fire and Ice
2:22 $0.80
4. Can You Feel?
3:35 $0.80
5. Bottom of the Sea
4:03 $0.80
6. How Does It Feel?
4:47 $0.80
7. Where Is the Sun?
3:28 $0.80
8. I Wasn't Born Yesterday
2:13 $0.80
9. Open Your Eyes
2:54 $0.80
10. You Can't Say No
8:01 $0.80
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Album Notes
“a definite contender for best album in 2013." Powerpopaholic

"may well end up being the power pop album of the year." When You Motor Away

"a potent set of ‘60s-inspired power pop with jangly Rickenbacker guitar, rich harmonies and bright melodic hooks." KEXP 90.3 FM

"the songs sound completely new and unheard, yet all the while familiar... as if they must exist as 60's classics in some alternate universe." Cincinnati Music Examiner

"takes cues from the timeless jangle of R.E.M. and the Kinks. Professional, unabashed pop-rock classicism." - Seattle Weekly

"Uncompromising 1960s power pop to the dome on this 5th LP by retro-fied Seattle rock outfit. If you dig shimmering jangly guitars that ring out over power pop hooks and warm choruses, this is your record. " Editor's Mix



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