That Satisfying Crunch! | Album #1

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Album #1

by That Satisfying Crunch!

Jangly, crunchy, melodic power pop, without the added burden of a vocalist.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. The Age of Nefarious
2:48 $0.69
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2. Jpegs of Lily
3:35 $0.69
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3. Fossil Fools
2:31 $0.69
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4. Someone Once Said
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5. Whatta Mess
2:38 $0.69
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6. Whisky Business
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7. Balaclava
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Melanie Johnson


The blurb on Timothy Cameron's "That Satisfying Crunch" profile calls his music a cross between "The Ventures and Green Day...' I'd definitely agree with that, speaking as someone with a love of both 60's pop and Green Day. (To totally digress, when I first heard Green Day casually as a 40-something mom, I couldn't publicly admit more than that "Basket Case" had some great guitar sounds. Then later, I heard a great 60's-sounding pop song wafting from behind my 16 year old daughter's closed door and I had to ask: who's that? Turns out it was Billie Joe singing "Waiting". Oh. Okay. I knew I liked those guys. Then there was "American Idiot" and I was hooked. BJA is a superb pop craftsman in the greatest 60's tradition. Just don't tell the youngsters.) Anyway, Timothy Cameron has the 60's melodic gift, and surprises with, as advertised, a satisfyingly crunchy collection of instrumentals. My favorite track is "Whatta Mess", which has an opening phrase that ends with a great, unexpected chord, followed later by some wonderful lead embellishments that truly made me smile. I loved it. The disc has 7 tunes, all interesting, sunny, melodic. And though I'm a guitarist, I really don't know much about getting great guitar sounds, but I can tell that Timothy does. Actually, the player I always notice in a song is the drummer, and this one is spot-on, just exactly right for these retro-modern tunes. And it may be that this is a one-man band effort; if so, then I'm doubly-impressed. Anyway, to me, this is great stuff. Long live melodic, 3-minute pop instrumentals.
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