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Did You Mean: Panties

by The Prannies

In a world of excessively loud, shockingly inappropriate, and frighteningly adolescent distracted driving, one band refuses to stop wearing trousers; compared to their last CD, it's an entirely different album, nearly.
Genre: Rock: Pub Rock
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1. Gladiola
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2. Man Up
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3. We
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4. Hey Pal
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5. Model Year
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6. Wait a Minute!
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7. Seeing You
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8. Pick Up the Phone
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9. I Do
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10. She
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11. Start Everything
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12. Oh Baby Oh
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Prannies Did you mean: panties
The Prannies is a roots-garage band based in Lafayette, Indiana. They have played together since 1997. This is their fifth album.
The dozen self-recorded tracks were mastered by Mass Giorgini at Sonic Iguana Studios. One track “We” is a remix by London-based producer Raymond Shulman, who has worked with bands such as Genesis, Ian McCullough, A.R.Kane, The Sugarcubes, The Sundays, Bjork, and Gentle Giant.
The Prannies play high-energy tunes that put a tap in your foot and a smile on your face. Acronymically CCR meets XTC, and AC-DC stops round for a cup of T.

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John Frigo

buy it, already!
catchy hooks and clever lyrics. what more do you want? on Did You Mean Panties, the Prannies deliver their best collection of pop songs you should already know.
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Nancy Kauper

Great song writing, great sound, great fun
I didn't think the Prannies could top Songs to Date, a favorite of mine, but they did with Did You Mean Panties - more great songs and even better production, it's just damn fun to listen to.
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