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by Yipes!

The long awaited third album by these WAMI Hall Of Fame, Power Pop legends. Featuring 11, brand new, original tunes, along with covers of The Searchers and Adam Faith, redone in their own, classic style.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pure Insanity
2:52 album only
2. Argyle Avenue
3:00 album only
3. Going to London
3:49 album only
4. It'll Take a Lifetime
2:35 album only
5. Started out with a Bang
3:55 album only
6. King of the Usa
4:01 album only
7. Tell Me Why
3:34 album only
8. Each Time
2:58 album only
9. Miss Doom and Gloom
4:03 album only
10. Turn Around
3:43 album only
11. Are You Coming
2:41 album only
12. It's Alright
3:22 album only
13. Blink of an Eye
4:05 album only


Album Notes
From Goldmine magazine:

Milwaukee’s favorite sons release their third record a mere 38 years after their second and come out sounding better than ever. With the original lineup intact, the quintet works their way through a baker’s dozen of spirited rock and roll songs that are wonderfully varied and melodically stimulating. Fronted by vocalist/songwriter Pat McCurdy and highlighted by the six-string wizardry of guitarist Andy Bartel, Yipes! traverses between anthemic rawk (“Pure Insanity”), wistful, Rickenbacker-fueled reminiscing (“Argyle Avenue”), good-timey fun (“Going to London,” “King of the USA”), muscular power pop (“It’ll Take a Lifetime”), and a few wonderfully obscure covers—the Jackie DeShannon-penned “Each Time” (which was done up by the Searchers in ’65) and a fierce reading of ‘60s UK singer/songwriter Chris Andrews’ “It’s Alright.” Yipes!!! kicks ass right out of the chute and never lets up for a second. Marvelous. Grade: A



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