The Nines | Colour Radio (American Transistor)

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Colour Radio (American Transistor)

by The Nines

Alternative/Indie/Power pop pioneers, the Nines, return with a trip through the colourful world of pop radio.
Genre: Rock: British Invasion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crazy Little Girl
2:56 album only
2. Maybe If You Stayed
2:36 album only
3. On and on She Gets By
3:47 album only
4. Hercules Cologne Advertisement
0:20 album only
5. Guess I'm Crazy
2:30 album only
6. We're Alright
3:31 album only
7. Radio KRSL Is Alive
0:12 album only
8. You Can Get More Than This
3:04 album only
9. Be
3:04 album only
10. In Our Younger Days
2:38 album only
11. For a Lifetime
2:22 album only
12. Don't Be Losing Your Game
2:44 album only
13. I'm Lucky
1:55 album only
14. Believe in Christmas
4:10 album only
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Album Notes
The Nines is a Canadian power pop band formed in Toronto, Ontario in 1998. The core of the band is multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and primary songwriter Steve Eggers. A series of other band members have rotated in and out through the years as Eggers shifts styles yet keeps strong songs as the constant theme.

Several Nines/Eggers songs have been included on network television series, including Dawson's Creek, Party of Five and Joan of Arcadia.

A bit of history:

The first Nines album, Wonderworld of Colourful, was released in Canada in 1998 on the Page Music label and was distributed through EMI. Later that year, Universal Music Canada released a piano-based four-song EP. Eggers admits that the band was still a "work in progress" at this time.

While essentially a studio project, the band has performed live and has shared the stage with a diverse group of artists including Andy Partridge of the British band XTC, and Jason Falkner, former member of the band Jellyfish.

Their new album "Colour Radio (American Transistor)" finds Eggers returning to his love of pop music radio, and a time when diversity reigned on the AM radio dial, from Stevie Wonder to ELO, with the help of Bill Majoros (the Foreign Films).

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