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Scamper - Leave your glasses on

5.00
Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2004
Label: Punctus Versus
Genre: Power Pop
Producer: Tom Polce
Artist discography



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Location:Boston,USA
Discography:Leave your glasses on (2004)
Bandmembers:Keith Michel - Vocals/Guitar,Nate Rogers - Vocals/Guitar,Mike Mirabella - Drums,Brendan Clarke - Bass/Vocals
Influences:Weezer,The Cars,Fountains of Wayne
Will appeal to fans of:The All American Rejects,The Click Five,Swirl 360
Album tracks Total length:31,49
1.Stunner (3,13)
2.Sophie (3,01)
3.Wait wait (3,14)
4.The proof is altogether too late (3,01)
5.What a shame (3,23)
6.Longshot (2,53)
7.Over and over (2,48)
8.Escaping flatland (2,50)
9.Needless to say (4,13)
10.Another time (3,07)
Kaj?s final words:Great harmony vocals,catchy choruses,hook-laden melodies,guitar driven songs,smart packaged powerpop,a crispy sound and the summer sun all year!
Here?s the major label sounding independent debut from Scamper and since this one is 2 years old,they have recently released a new split single with artist Kay Hanley with 2 brand new songs on it.
But who can resist a song like "Sophie"?! it?s not a hit - it?s a superhit!
Get it folks.



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