Paranoids | The Party's Over

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The Party's Over

by Paranoids

Punk glam-garage pop, reminiscent of the White Stripes, Weezer, and The Strokes
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Record Store
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2. Stupid or Something
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3:05 $0.99
3. The Party's Over
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3:15 $0.99
4. She Hates You
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5. Rock and Roll Toy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Paranoids are currently a rock outfit formed of three humans in San Francisco. Their music, which has evolved dramatically since the release of their first EP, The Party's Over (Pandacide, 2004), straddles a few odd fences--perhaps best described on the blog of a rabid fan as "a dance-inspiring blend of mod, post-punk, and pure vintage talent--a David Lynch interpretation of a Bobby Darin concert."

Paranoids feed you your dirty-guitar rock and serve it up with a creepy, macabre twist. They take cues from the post-punks, dragging out the odd dance beat or warped, menacing synth. They evoke the dramatic flourishes of bygone glitter-glam days--in the words of one fan, "slightly like Diamond Dogs-era Bowie." The eclectic mix is tied together through singer Daemon's uniquely nasal rants, which draw comparisons to Peter Murphy, Jello Biafra, and Mark E. Smith.

Paranoids assembled themselves in 2004 from the ruins of Bay Area band the Librarians, a frantic punk/pop act who made some waves with their antic-heavy stage show. The addition of guitarist/keyboardist Lenin set the climate for their second EP, ObsessionsDelusions&HeadtripsVol.1, released in October 2005. This fall, Paranoids are set to release the second of the series, ObsessionsDelusions&HeadtripsVol.2.


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Littleboot / Garageband.com

A Five Song -5 Stars- Smash Hit!
Right from the push of the play button the first track (Record Store) brings a smile to your face with its infectous upbeat lullaby harmonies and humor, wrapped around an awesome display of musical character and color. Track two (Stupid or something) is a smash hit of todays modern pop in its own right! In short, the Paranoids CD "The Party's Over" was like finding a diamond in a coal mine, well polished with steller musicianship, an absolute must have for the modern pop collection! The overall sound of this CD is remanent of great bands like the Ramones, the Cars, the Hives, the Beatles, the Killers, Bowie (sixties), and modern day pop, yet retaining an original sound and capturing their creative charm, This is a great CD and it showcases a great band, the Paranoids!