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tenniscourts

by tenniscourts

power pop / new wave / mod
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Girls Like This
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2. Victoria and Monica
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3. She's Out of Control
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4. All of the Tears
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5. Dead End Street
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6. Release My Love
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7. Meet Miss Sweetness Tuesday
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8. Kiser's Last Day
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9. The Good Word
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10. Fall
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11. Human Being
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Album Notes
If English pop mined the deadpan sincerity of Randy Newman with the flair of Cheap Trick, you’d have Tenniscourts.
Let’s just settle for a “post-punk Kinks” to describe this populist Chicago trio.

Bits of Jam, Pulp, Small Faces, Who, T-Rex and straight-ahead American rock belie the musical sophistication of a songwriter who cites Syd Barrett as his inspiration for picking up a guitar.

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Old Wave Radio: New 80's Music

Love, all...
Old Wave favorite Wes Hollywood is back with tenniscourts (the band and the album), reminding us once again why we love real powerpop so damned much. Smart guitars, wailing lyrics, singers in glasses dissecting modern boy-girl longing. Wes and the boys sound like our post-punk heroes might sound if they were still young and relevant. This is one of our most anticipated discs of 2007. Can't wait to spend this summer on the tenniscourts.
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