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The Tangerines

by The Tangerines

Swedish power pop. Ace melodies, jangly 12-string guitars and more hooks than a 1976 ELO album. "You'd be hard-pressed to find catchier power pop than that produced by this effervescent male Swedish duo." - Palo Alto Daily News
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Leave Him Behind
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2. Look like Angels
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3. Out of Control
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4. One Good Reason
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5. Together
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6. Beautiful Breakdown
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7. Nothing's Changed at All
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8. Get Along
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9. Susan Knows
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10. Jessica's Dreaming
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11. Wild Wild Flower
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12. Turbulent Times
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The Tangerines were formed in Stockholm, Sweden, 1996. Both Per and Håkan were founding members of Swedish recording artists Rain Refrain in the late 80s. Together they have continued to explore the art of the three-minute pop song. Their self-titled CD is pure power pop - 12 songs packed with rich melodies, infectious hooks, sweet harmonies and jangly guitars.

"You'd be hard-pressed to find catchier power pop than that produced by this effervescent male Swedish duo. 'Leave Him Behind' could have been a good tune for ABBA. 'One Good Reason,' with its jangly guitar riffs, sounds like it burst forth directly from the '60s British Invasion and would fit in perfectly with the Searchers' greatest hits." - Paul Freeman, Palo Alto Daily News

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