The Richter Scales | We Hate A Cappella

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We Hate A Cappella

by The Richter Scales

Do you hate a cappella? If so this album of intelligent, sophisticated, and somewhat twisted songs might convince you that some a cappella is downright tolerable, and maybe even pretty good. And if you love a cappella...well... what are you waiting for?
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Can't Buy Me Love
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2. I Got Mail (And I've Got It Made)
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3. Hourglass
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4. High Notes
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5. Stockholm Syndrome
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6. Pure Imagination
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7. Reelin' In The Years
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8. Baby Got Back
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9. I Only Have Eyes For You
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10. Pencil Boy
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11. Love Machine
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12. I Hate A Cappella
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Weighing in at approximately sixteen male voices, The Richter Scales are somewhat larger than your average a cappella group. Influenced by the arch humor of the Bobs and the musical sophistication of the Hi- Los, they bring a more choral sound to complex arrangements of jazz and pop standards as well as a growing repertoire of original songs.

Their debut album, "We Hate A Cappella", features songs about such diverse topics as junk email ("I Got Mail"), the emotional isolation suffered by boy bands ("High Notes"), stockholm syndrome ("Stockholm Syndrome", duh) and, of course, self loathing ("I Hate A Cappella").

For more information, including bios for the individual members, visit the Richter Scales web site at http://www.richterscales.com


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