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The Daylight Titans

by The Daylight Titans

Post-punk power pop both jangly and crunchy. If you know Husker Du's version of "8 Miles High," that's what we're aiming for.
Genre: Rock: Paisley Underground
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1. Stoked
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2. Whistling in the Dark (while listening to Om)
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3. Water Touch the Sky
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4. High
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5. On the Other Side of Ecstasy
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6. Dangle
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7. Opiate
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8. Sad Eye, Goodbye
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9. Soul Stirrer
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10. Sparing Change
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11. Burlingame
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12. City of Lights
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Album Notes
The Daylight Titans formed in 2002. This is our full-length debut record. Hope you buy it. Hope you dig it.

Previously, we released two four-song EPs and appeared on a UK label compilation featuring artists from 12 countries on 5 continents. Our song "Dangle" appeared in an episode of the UPN television show Veronica Mars (air date: April 5, 2005).

As for descriptions of our sound, we'll let others do the talking:

"The Daylight Titans are an Austin power pop combo that fuses intelligent lyrics with jangle and solid, driving rhythms and conjures images of latter day Smithereens and the Church." -Deep Eddy Records artist bio

"Like the army of guitar jangle bands that crawled the earth in the 80's and early 90's (think Miracle Legion, the Downsiders, and all the great, dark Tucson bands), Austin quartet Daylight Titans throw down thoughtful, dynamic songs fed by alternating piledriving rhythms with quieter but no less traumatic emotional terrain." -Pop Culture Press

"Daylight Titans are one of those cult bands which just have to be BIG. Each of these tracks reeks with pop sensibility and punches you in the gut with its sheer melodic power." -Alternative Malta


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excerpt from review in Pop Culture Press (Issue 61; Fall & Winte

This fine LP is a winner from top to bottom
Well, Austin quartet Daylight Titans released a fine EP a year or so ago, but as it turns out, that one was just kind of a dry run for this, their eponymous full-length debut. This is the kind of magnetic guitar rock that has sadly dissipated over the years since the 80's indie American scenes fostered by Minneapolis, Athens, LA, and Austin- driving rhythms, raging, slashing guitars, and grayscale melodies that just seem to go well with a foul mood and a six-pack of PBR...

M. Guevara

Baritone pop rockers make the big boys sound dead
An excellent CD of vibrant, guitar-heavy pop. Imagine the Jam's American cousins fronted by a smarter, happier Ian Curtis, with better guitar solos, and you're still only halfway there. The first listen made me leap off the sofa and dance around the apartment, knocking things off tables and sending the cat running to the next room. That's what this music is about.