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Sound of the Suburb

by Sound of the Suburb

Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Take A Chance
2:31 $0.99
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2. '70s Girl
4:00 $0.99
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3. Run Against the Wind
3:15 $0.99
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4. The Ballad of East Finchley
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5. MissUnderstood
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6. Power of Attorney
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7. I Gotta Know (Twangy)
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8. Salvation
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9. Looking for a Sign
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10. Waiting
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Stu Levitt

AN "A+" SMORGASBORD OF GREAT TUNES!!!
Take a group of well-seasoned musician/writers and let them run wild in the Rockabilly, Psychedelic, and 70s genres. What you get is a mature collection of fine tunes to tap your foot to or just to chill with a nice cold beer. I happen to like all of the tracks, but there is something for everyone on this well-produced CD. Highly recommended for those who still like what Rock & Roll was meant to be.....twangy guitars, bangin' drums and cymbals, and moody, smooth vocals. Bravo Suburbians! This smorgasbord is yummy all around.
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David Singer

A Clear Collaboration of Terrific Talents
Fun CD I've been enjoying listening to. My two favorite songs couldn't be more different: Looking for a Sign & I Gotta Know. My favorite songs (those two and others) happen to all fall into the album's second half. So, Side 2, if this was back in LP days, would be the side that got the most play from me. Others who like rockabilly more than slower stuff will like the first side more (though my fave sock hop number is side 2's I Gotta Know, which I mentioned before). These talented gents clearly collaborated to create a very varied, and fun collection of tunes. Enjoy!
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