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by Sputnik the Band

It’s easy to see what led “333” producer Carl Glanville (Keith Richards, U2, Frank Sinatra...) to their door, and the results are stunning, (and sometimes even a little chilling). Like the perfect mix tape left by a long but never forgotten friend...
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Emerge from the Earth
3:37 $0.99
2. A Frame to Skycrest
3:10 $0.99
3. They Don't Know
3:03 $0.99
4. Watching Movies
3:22 $0.99
5. Game of Pricks
1:46 $0.99
6. Midnight Run
2:41 $0.99
7. Kennywood Park
3:22 $0.99
8. I-95
3:31 $0.99
9. You and I Will Meet Again
3:52 $0.99
10. 333
5:32 $0.99
11. Heart
6:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mic Rains - guitar
Nigel Rawles - drums
Genie Morrow - guitar/accordion/vocals
Pemberton Roach - bass/vocals
Mark Piro - piano/vocals
Joe Drew- trumpet
Tim Luntzel - bass
Jon Jackson - guitar/banjo
Carl Glanville - Producer



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Thomas C. King

333 - Sputnik The Band are the real deal...
Sputnik The Band– 333
Much praise was heaped on their previous two releases,”Meet Sputnik” and “Shine On...”
but “333” – Sputnik The Band’s latest – exceeds the hype. This is a truly fantastic “record” – timeless and transcendent. Each cut a shimmering pop gem. Together, in any order, “333”morphs into a cohesive masterful study, and expansion, on Power Pop’s enduring appeal.
You need “Tags?” Reference points …?
I don’t know… Maybe start with 60’s pop-styling of The Zombies, the 70’s angst of Big Star, eighties-era Aimerican Rock and New Wave, drive straight through Tame Impala or Metric’s next release, and keep going…
“I-95” – an instant classic; one of those songs you’ll never forget the first time you heard. “A-Frame To Skycrest,” with its bouncy and infectious hook. The ethereal, yet vivid long gone summer conjured by “Kennywood Park.” The Alterna-days (or was it ‘daze?’) reference in the title of “GBV.” Every track on this concise collection is a deceptively simple, yet sonic and emotionally complex, masterpiece.
Front and center is Genie Morrow’s bubble gum and whiskey-laced voice, but what notches Sputnik The Band’ above the redundancies of a genre overpopulated with snarky imitators is an undeniablefact; Sputnik The Band are a fantastic band. Longtime members include premiere studio musicians, notorious “Industry” geeks, and a smattering of the plain old “notorious…” Mic Rains , Nigel Rawles, Pemberton Roach, Joe Drew, Tim Luntzel, Shazhad, Mark Piro, and Genie Morrrow
Sputnik The Band are the real deal.
It’s easy to see (or hear) what led “333” producer Carl Glanville (Keith Richards, U2, Frank Sinatra – No shit! – look it up…) to their door, and the results are no less than stunning (and sometimes even a little chilling).
Like the perfect mix tape left by a gone, but never forgotten friend, “333” sounds warmly familiar, yet distinctly fresh at every listen.

Thomas C. King
Music Writer