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American Music

by Posterchild

Infectiously catchy power pop with addictive melodies, big guitars and even bigger harmonies.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Tendency to Heartbreak
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2. Gina
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3. Dunce Cap
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4. Mercy
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5. Carry
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6. Lo-Fi Joe
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7. Supergirl
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8. Wrong Side of the Tracks
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9. Sunny Day
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Posterchild is a NYC-based power pop band with influences ranging from American alt/pop bands like Weezer, Good Charlotte, Jellyfish, and Foo Fighters to britpop fixtures such as Radiohead, Blur, Travis, and Catherine Wheel. If you listen closely, you may even detect a hint of Beach Boys influence, as lead singer/songwriter Shane Searles is related to both Mike Love and Brian Wilson. The idea is to simply draw you in with songs that rock and then enslave you with addictively catchy melodies and lush, gigantic harmonies.

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Mianek

Nomen est omen
This music indeed is very American and rather reminiscent of 70s mainstream. Sounds close to irritating - if there was not something ... a little lack of seriousness ... or a little more sense for melancholy ... anyway, something makes this record a classy one. Whatever it is, everybody has to find out him- or herself.
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