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Pacific Ocean Park

by Vinyl Candy

A Southern California Rock band incorporating that 70's Rock Sound, (Jellyfish, the Wings, meets Kiss) with heavy musical orchestrations, coated with layers of harmonies, melody, and unique sound will quench your taste-buds
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Too Late
4:24 $0.99
2. Tranz Am
4:07 $0.99
3. Heather
3:59 $0.99
4. Movin' On
3:38 $0.99
5. Summer's Coming Soon
3:16 $0.99
6. California
3:30 $0.99
7. Stay
4:40 $0.99
8. Super Casa Nova
3:01 $0.99
9. Coming Back
4:32 $0.99
10. Queens Kingdom
4:42 $0.99
11. Pushin' U Away
3:54 $0.99
12. You And I
5:08 $0.99
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Album Notes
Vinyl Candy is a Southern California indie rock outfit with features a richly talented young quartet whose seamless sound welds a mix of influences from The Beatles to Jellyfish to Oasis to Butch Walker. July of 2009 ushered in the release of Vinyl Candy's second album "Land". A concept album which takes the listener on a whirlwind journey from one rock stars rise to demise. Currently Vinyl Candy is preparing their 2009 Tour of Southern California in support of the release of their second effort "Land", as well as producing a third Vinyl Candy record slated for release in 2010.

It was in the spring of 2003 that Jim Leber first joined forces with singer/songwriter Matt Corey. Jim asked Matt to add some Vocals to some of his demos that he had been working on. What happened next was nothing short of devine musical combustion, the combination clicked and Vinyl Candy was born. Jim then brought together long time friends, Micheal Wessner on drums, Justin Brinsfield on Bass, and Bill Devine on Lead Guitar.

The result is Vinyl Candy, Twelve original songs that announce, in no uncertain terms, the arrival of a young band with a very promising future indeed. From the evocative opening notes of “Too Late”, to the vivid imagery of “California”, to the resonant emotional pitch of “Stay”, to Power Pop classics like "Tranz Am" and "Heather", Pacific Ocean Park is an album that celebrates the enduring values of heartfelt songwriting and consummate craftsmanship in a collection of songs that seems certain to land Vinyl Candy a place among the very best of tomorrow’s rock originals.
On the wings of their success, Vinyl Candy is now finishing their second album titled “LAND”. This much anticipated sophomore release will be sure to drench audiences in their Psychedelic Power Pop Rock.



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Bruce Brodeen, NOT LAME Recording Company

Amen. Bring In The Choir, The Angels, the Heavenly Hosts - Jellyfish fans, we ha
Amen. Bring In The Choir, The Angels, the Heavenly Hosts - Jellyfish fans, we have something for YOU! Vinyl Candy are not only principally inspired by Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, Kyle Vincent, Supertramp and The Candy Butchers, you get the sense on listening to this debut that they live and breathe this music in every waking moment. Dedication to this type of pop art is more than casually noted, guys. This is premium sugar-coated pop hookery, my friends. Despite not having a huge, major label project that the ambitions that artists driven by the art of the aforementioned bands would normally have, Vinyl Candy make more than due with what they have on this self-released long-lasting gem. It`s quite enthralling and picturesque in the portrait of classic sunny power pop. As Jellyfish were back in the early 90`s, Vinyl Candy is wonderfully out of step with what is happening in their present. But that makes "Pacific Ocean Park" all the more bewitching and piquant. Rooted in Southern California`s pop rock scene and inspired by the classic greats of the Pop Rock world, Vinyl Candy, featuring keyboardist/bassist/guitarist Andrew Lehmkuhl, vocalist Tommy Van Zant, drummer WessC, guitarist Billy, and bassist Jason Denver, provide solace to those who seek more than the generic pop culture of the new millennium. Many people feel that the music of today has been slowly watered down over the last 30 years to a sterile void of noise that neither sparks the imagination nor inspires. Vinyl Candy takes you back to a time when the music was fresh, inviting and warm. Pulling even more influences from the Beach Boys, Beatles, Eagles, Supertramp, Queen, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac and many others, its safe to say Power-Pop has never been more alive. Vinyl Candy`s heavy musical orchestrations, coated with layers of harmonies, melody, and unique sound will quench your taste-buds like a new piece of sugary sweet bubble gum. BIG TIME Extremely Highly Recommended!!