Kindercastle | In A Tizzy

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In A Tizzy

by Kindercastle

Combining old world nostalgia with a classic pop sensibility.
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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1. Violet
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2. I Took A Stroll
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1:13 album only
3. Pack Your Bags
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3:59 album only
4. Working In The Springtime
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3:19 album only
5. Mechanical Man
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4:43 album only
6. Avo Vco
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7. Further From
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3:06 album only
8. Donkey Hote
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9. Coming Through
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10. Out Of The Ground
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11. Postmaster General
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12. Wind
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Album Notes
In a world full of indifference, Kindercastle offers a sense of innocence. Almost everybody has it inside of them, and this music creates a window that allows one to peer inside their personal childlike state. It seems as if these two young artists are not creating their music, but emerging from it.


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Jimmy Mattingly

Great Creative CD!
It's real hard to be creative and the music have a direction. These young guys did an awesome job of writing, producing, and recording this CD. It is easy to make cookie cutter music but this music is very original and really great!

Chrisr at CD Baby

Imagine if you forced Jeff Lynne of ELO and Jason Lytle of Grandaddy to make a lush, string-laden, 70's pop album together,... at gunpoint. It may be an uneasy partnership at first, but once they start digging into the music something magical happens. It becomes fun. It gets funky. They laugh alot. The music grows full of life. That is exactly the kind of enthusiastic sound Kindercastle has conjured up on their new release "In a Tizzy," simultaneously daring and retro.