No-Fi Soul Rebellion | Terrible Muscles

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Terrible Muscles

by No-Fi Soul Rebellion

Punk, rock & pop-influenced, soul-informed power-hop. Extremely catchy & unique.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Terrible Muscles
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2. !
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3. No-Fi Soul Rebellion's Dance Challenge
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4. Mosquito Net
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5. Sweet Teeth part 1
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6. Sweeth Teeth part 2
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7. Best New Artist 1989
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8. Do It With The Light On
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9. Wolf Control
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10. Mirror Mirror
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Album Notes
So what exactly is No-Fi Soul Rebellion? Its a man/wife band poised and capable of delivering a full-fledged dance party of epic proportions wherever they strike. Front man and sole songwriter Mark Heimer writes insanely catchy pop songs, snagging influences from rock, punk and soul and Oldies for music that does more than offer hooks galore and ample sing/scream-alongs it makes you want to hear it again.


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rory guillemettte

terrible muscles
prettty cool a little sloppy and trippy. it made me think of prince merging with revenge of the nerds. i thought it was pretty cool and pop like enough to make you feel like a youth back in the 80's.