LUZER | Come On Mandy - Single

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Come On Mandy - Single

by LUZER

ELO, The Beach Boys, Queen, Thin Lizzy and Weezer rolled up in a big ball of rock 'n roll.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Come On Mandy
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4:21 $0.99
2. Take A Trip
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3. You Get Me (Runnin')
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4. Give Me A Sign
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"Drawing heavily on the Pop Rock legends of the last 30 years, this versatile New Jersey quartet manages to not sound dated or trite. Solid backbeats, vocal harmony and songs full of unforgettable melodies and licks make them strong contenders for any "next big thing" list. They deal equally well in Cheap Trick guitar attack and ELO keyboard flair.


In five years, LUZER has made three great studio albums and toured the country several times, and the experience has sharpened their writing and abilities as instrumentalists. Their most recent CD is an over-the-top rocker guaranteed to make Garage Rock poseurs shit themselves. Retro nods to the Beach Boys and Squeeze flaunt what so many bands lack -- depth. It's really hard to believe these guys are in their twenties."

~Ezra Waller, The Cincinnati City Beat


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