John Shipe Band | Cassandra

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Rock: Modern Rock Pop: with Live-band Production Moods: Mood: Intellectual
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Cassandra

by John Shipe Band

Disc 2 of "Pollyanna Love Cassandra." An extreme variety of rock.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Jasmine
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2. Crawlspace
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3. Junkies Film
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4. Surfin' Intro
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5. Surfin' the Shockwave
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6. Imitation Man
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7. Sink Into the Pink
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8. Lightning Rod/Blind Spot
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9. Road Story
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10. Vikings
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11. Spontaneous Combustion
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12. Goldenfuck
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13. Planet Lydia
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14. Puritan Porn
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15. Still in Love with You
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16. When I am King
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Disc 2 Of "Pollyanna Loves Cassandra" is the more straight ahead rockin' of the two.
"Vocally and lyrically, Shipe appears to prefer the role of the stoic, somewhat disenchanted commentator, and his poetic and literate prose moves from the personal to the political with grace...
...throws a bit of snazzy jazz into the fold...strikes a funky groove.

Compared to The White Album, not in sound, but in variety--embracing all the genres of music within a decade's influence.


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