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by Sofa City Sweetheart

The new album from Sofa City Sweetheart is lush and exciting: an effortlessly melodic and imaginative collection, calling back to the best pop of the 60s and 70s with dashes of jazz and spaghetti western thrown in.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Same Old Song (You Were Always on My Mind)
3:00 $1.00
2. Stanley Waited
2:27 $1.00
3. Annie Stays Home
4:40 $1.00
4. Gwen
4:07 $1.00
5. The Instrumental (Does This Path Have a Heart?)
8:17 $1.00
6. Floating
2:07 $1.00
7. Stop the Thinking
3:21 $1.00
8. In This Lifetime
2:45 $1.00
9. I Am on My Own
4:33 $1.00
10. Song for Alex
4:36 $1.00
11. Surfin' on the Milky Way
1:50 $1.00
12. So Long / Lucky 'Nuff
5:38 $1.00
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Album Notes
"Blending influences of pop and rock, his newest single, "Stop the Thinking", features innately accessible melodies that culminate at the point of his autobiographical lyricism. Muted guitar tones and a vivacious horn performance keep a dynamism often missing in contemporary pop-rock, expanding beyond sugary hooks and towards a self-reflective message." -PopMatters

"For the first minute of their brisk ditty “Stop the Thinking,” you think you’ve got Sofa City Sweetheart all figured out: Here’s a lovelorn power-popper making the kind of sweet ’60s- and ’70s-influenced guitar music that never gets old. Then the mariachi trumpet kicks in and you just wanna give Juan Antonio Lopez a high-five." -Buzzbands LA



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