Lousy Robot | Hail the Conquering Fool

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Hail the Conquering Fool

by Lousy Robot

Power Pop Indie Rock that sounds as if Eels joined forces with The Rentals’ Matt Sharp and The Cars’ Ric Ocasek to create blissfully melodic pop hooks. Their snyth-heavy, almost-but-not-quite new wave feel creates pleasing pop perfection.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. The Peacocks
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2. Christmas In Berlin
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3. Man On A Weird Horse, Pt 1
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4. Have You Ever Been Afraid of the Future
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2:20 album only
5. A Not Quite Perfect Film
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2:32 album only
6. Fragile
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2:22 album only
7. Andy Warhol Is Gone
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8. Crush
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9. The Ballad of the Worst King Ever
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10. Cross My Heart and Hope You Die
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11. Man On A Weird Horse, Pt 2
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12. Sugarsweet Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This recording was inspired, for the most part, by real events and assembled with great delight at:

Pleasantry Lane Studio, Dallas, TX
Baker's Acres Studio, Knoxville, TN
DRM Studio, Dallas, TX
Various secret, underground locations throughout the Desert Southwest

Produced by: John Dufilho and Dandee Fleming
Mixed at: Pleasanty Lane by Salim Nourallah, John Dufilho and Lousy Robot
Mastering: Carl Saff at Saff Mastering

Lousy Robot is:

Jim Phillips - vocals, guitars
Dandee Fleming - bass, additional vocals
Jack Moffitt - keyboards and pianos
Ben Levine - drums, backing vocals

Plus, an unusual cast of characters:

John Dufilho - drums, percussion and additional guitars
John Baker - drums and additional guitars
Jason Garner - bass on Man On a Weird Horse, Pt. 1
Salim Nourallah - additional backing vocals

Toy Photos: Wheaton Mahoney www.wheatonmahoney.com

Silent gratitude is of no use to anyone: John & Salim; Daniel Miller;
Uncanny Entertainment; John Baker; Kate Mackley; Jason; and Melanie, Erin, Elisa & Kim.


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