Panda Conspiracy | Road Soda

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Road Soda

by Panda Conspiracy

Where rock meets triumphant ska anthems.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. World of Hurt Pandacon
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2. Winona Pandacon
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3. Devlopment Pandacon
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4. Disco Stu Pandacon
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5. Actual Feeling Pandacon
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6. In the Night Pandacon
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7. How Can I Sleep Pandacon
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8. Gotta Be Away Pandacon
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9. Born Lucky Pandacon
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10. Dj Tj Dub Pandacon
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11. White Lies Pandacon
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12. Song for the Sea Pandacon
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13. Bottle of Wine Pandacon
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14. Horn Ska Pandacon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A punk, a cowboy drunk, and a keytar rockin' hippy meet up in a dark alley, put some fossil fuel back in the biodiesel and get their ya ya's out on 14 blistering tracks. -Dylan Van Keef

Pandacon (short for Panda Conspiracy) is a Seattle based band, with roots in Bothell, Wa. Since 2004 they have continually built on their national presence and international appeal.

Where rock meets triumphant ska anthems, gritty soul to rock and roll, Pandacon has been dubbed a "popular high energy party band". Maybe it's their reputation of performing with characters like the grinder girls, handlebar boy and inflatable girlfriend. Perhaps it's their self-produced events like Medicine Wheel Music Fest and Zombie Prom or is it simply the themed house parties? Whether one of these reasons, or all of the above, it's all part of their growing and impressive resume, which also includes headlining Seattle's Folklife Festival, and recording with American Idols Blake Lewis.

Under the pressure of following their stellar debut, Lunar Migration, the game done' changed: fired up by TJ Berry's mad production genius, Pandacon’s kinetic wall to wall ensemble sound, and front man Chris Poage's ice cutting lyrics, the once peaceful and innocent Panda has transformed into an explosive time ticking bomb of a beast!


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disco stu

ceo
what a great sound every where you listen

Karin

Pandacon Road Soda
Are you bothered by pesky zombies or other undead? Simply play track #4 of Pandacon's Road Soda, and the infectious Disco Stu will wake the undead and lead them in a conga line right out the door, leaving them too busy dancing to recruit the living. Love the whole thing. 5 stars!



great sound

Alex Thompson

Great Sophomore Release
Well... Pandacon did it again! I didn't think I'd like the album as much as the first one, but after a few listens, this album was ranking pretty high in my must haves. The first album, Lunar Migration, will hook 'em, but this is the one to keep 'em listening and attending the shows.
With more meaningful lyrics and an even more intricate melody in their playing styles, these guys went from great to even better. they are gonna be a big thing any day now! It seems the only think holding 'em back is their lack of wanting to be on a major label. Atleast in my opinion. Cuz labels should be knockin their doors down by now.