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by Junebug

Powerpop - The Ramones meet the Beach Boys.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Bitches
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2. Much Too Much
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3. Sweet Mellow Water
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4. Intergalactic Boogie
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5. What I'm Looking For
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2:54 album only
6. All That Is Solid
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7. Gasoline
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8. It Takes More Time
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9. Bitterest Breakup Song
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10. It Makes Great Sense
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11. Lay Your Soul Bare
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12. Give Me An Ocean
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Album Notes
Junebug are a power-pop band hailing from North Wales and the Wirral revolving around the song writing talents of brother's Ralph Latham (guitar, vocals) and Guy Latham (bass, keyboards). They were born in Hastings and brought up in North Wales and took up music at an early age. Playing in various bands throughout their teenage years, when their drummer left to go to university they soon met new drummer Warren Gilbert and started creating music together.

Influences include 60's bands (The Beatles, The Beach Boys), punk rock (The Ramones, The Buzzcocks), new wave (Split Enz, XTC) and indie (The Stone Roses, Teenage Fanclub) although they like all sorts of music. They mould all their influences together to create their own sound.


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Jeff Svirtunas

''Second'' album is not second rate.I hope these boys put their fourth out soon!Guitars galore the vocals are bad (meaning good).