Valley Lodge | Semester At Sea

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Semester At Sea

by Valley Lodge

Guitar-driven power pop rock.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Break Your Heart
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2. The Door
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3. When the Rain Comes
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4. Baby, It's a Shame
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5. Barricade
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6. If You Love Me
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7. Comin' Around
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8. My Baby
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9. Sentimental Lady
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10. Slow Dancin' (Romancin')
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11. Lose Your Man
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Valley Lodge is the rock machine comprised of singer/guitar player, and world-class entertainer Dave Hill (Sons of Elvis, Uptown Sinclair, Cobra Verde); guitar player/singer John Kimbrough (Walt Mink), bass player/singer Phil Costello (Tragedy, Satanicide, Stynx, Children of the Unicorn), and drummer Rob Pfeiffer (Sense Field). They are big in Japan and I’m not even kidding. “Semester at Sea” is the long-awaited (at least by them anyway) follow-up to their 2005 self-titled debut. It sounds like Cheap Trick, T. Rex, Big Star, Raspberries, Matthew Sweet, Slade, the Kinks, and probably a bunch of other stuff too. It’s power pop meets pop rock meets your best friend’s parents going out of town when you are sixteen and think that they won’t notice if you threw a pool party. Oh, and it’s 1978 and you are hooked on glue.


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brandon lytle

good stuff.
this is my new favorite band. i hope they make many more albums so that i may purchase them all.