Daniel Prendiville | Hand Actor Part

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Hand Actor Part

by Daniel Prendiville

Noisy, guitar-driven power pop from Ireland's most under-something-or-other purveyor of noisy, guitar-driven power pop. From Ireland.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. I Need New Friends
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2. New Houses
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3. Paper Ocean
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4. Mr. Snugfit
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5. Judy Obscure
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6. Return To Sandra
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7. Dandy Can Decline
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8. Consumer As Thief
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9. Trophy Husband
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10. Nervous Traffic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
HAND ACTOR PART is the 2006 CD from Daniel Prendiville, Ireland's most (come back to you later on this...)songwriter.

HAND ACTOR PART is a departure from Daniel's previous releases in that it is his first all-guitar release. Lots of noisy, buzzy, trebly guitars. If you don't like guitars, then you might have a problem with the sheer amount of guitars on this album. Wherever you point your ears, you'll hear guitars. Not an album for guitarophobes, then. Or for people who think they might be guitarophobes, but who haven't had a conclusive diagnosis from a person who is qualified to diagnose guitarophobia. Mind you, guitars are so plentiful on this album that listening to it might be considered a useful form of aversion thereapy. Or a version of aversion therapy, at least.


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