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Medication for a Lost Generation

by The Wilson Hospital

Irresistibly charming pop with a 60's touch, and melodies that makes it hard to restrain oneself from constant sing-along
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Good Day
2:33 album only
2. Call Me A.S.A.P.
3:16 album only
3. Summer Holiday
3:10 album only
4. The Wake Up Call
3:07 album only
5. Sometimes Helpless
3:30 album only
6. Midsummer's Ball
3:35 album only
7. Rocket to the Moon
3:19 album only
8. Don't Be Late
3:02 album only
9. I'll Be Around
2:41 album only
10. Pleased to Meet You
2:56 album only
11. Must Be Something in the Air
2:51 album only
12. Wherever We Will Be
3:18 album only


Album Notes
Imported from Sweden by Listening-Post Music.

Irresistibly charming pop with a 60's touch, and melodies that makes it hard to restrain oneself from constant sing-along. That's a fitting description of the music that The Wilson Hospital debut album has to offer. Simply put, it's "Medication For A Lost Generation"

What we know for a fact is that Kathrine is a bit of a sweet-tooth and that in spite of several years of pounding distorted guitars in her former band Backfish, she shows no signs of damage on either her sense of esthetics or of her ears.

What we know about MÃ¥rten is very little. He spends most of his days indulging in records by the Beach Boys and has a very bad morning temper. But none of this is of any importance, because right now is the moment when you're holding their debut-album in your hand and the rest is up to you." Dr. F. Landy, "Beachbums and Trailertrash"



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Guy Berger

This is a wonderful "Pure Pop for Now People" sort of album. Melodies and harmonies are like Abba, Cowsills, and Mary Hopkin meet Brian Wilson. After several listenings over a month or so, I still think it's great!