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Prospect Street

by Smith Point

The new CD from SF-based Smith Point - featured on the WB's "One Tree Hill" and CBS's "Guiding Light."
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Prospect Street
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2. I Can
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3. Goodbye
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4:28 $0.99
4. Tell Me What She Wants To Hear
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5. Say You Will
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6. Coming Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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NOTE: For info on how to buy this CD, please visit www.smithpoint.com

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"Prospect Street" is the much anticipated second EP from San Francisco's Smith Point. It reflects over two years of writing and recording, and is a major leap for the band. Previously armed with only their seven-song debut EP "All in All" (released November 2003), Smith Point has to date been featured on the WB's "One Tree Hill," CBS's "Guiding Light," and XM Satellite Radio.

Recorded with Nadir Jeevanjee on drums (Justin King, The Calling) and mixed primarily by Tony Espinoza (Alanis Morissette, New Order), "Prospect Street" is a six song jem that is worth a fourth and fifth listen.


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