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Not Bad!

by M. Bison

The first effort from Seattle-based M. Bison, a pop-esque on how to smile better and think more brilliantly than you did before. If you dig all that, be sure to check out their full-length record, self-titled, now available! www.mbisonmusic.com
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Your Heart Is An Organ
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2. White Whale
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3. Party All the Time
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4. Jealousy
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5. Deer Hunter
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6. Wassup You Guys!
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Album Notes
From the Three Imaginary Girl's Review of our 12/20/07 show...

"They dove head-on into a ROCKBLAST start that drew the wandering crowd back to center stage, just what you would expect from a band that takes their name from a Streetfighter character."

"And yet, even though M. Bison has a loud & proud sound that makes you want to thrash around, they also churn out some TERRIBLY PRETTY HARMONIES - especially during the mashup between indie pop and 50's slow dance that bursts out in "Your Heart is an Organ." That song draws out yearnings in your ear's equivalent to a sweet-tooth, so much so that you'll either have weep in place or grab the nearest person and dance with them (I did a little of both). The next tune involved a go-round on a KEYTAR, making my heart completely burst into a puddle of "kitschy instruments are sooo cool" goo and I floated around in a daze of happiness for the rest of the set."


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