Peter Parker | Migliore!

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Migliore!

by Peter Parker

Short, leveling, and violently hummable power pop.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. I Remain As Ever
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2. W.Y.W.H.
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3. Eliot
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4. The Aesthetic of Dumb
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5. Bender
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6. You're Always Bringin' Me Down
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7. Goldenstate
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8. Meet the Beatles
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9. Guide Dogs & Love Songs
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10. Kickdrum
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11. Next Summer (Will Be My Last)
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12. Hate for Hesitation
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Imagine if the Fastbacks and the (old) Buzzcocks had a baby--it'd be pop-smart and savvy, and full of (s)punk. That pretty much describes Seattle's Peter Parker, which is a band, not a person. Like their progenitors, they most certainly have songs filled with hooks and guitars--the bonus being that they can all actually sing. Even when they kick down the tempo a little, as on "Hate for Hesitation," there's an odd jubilation in the sadness. This isn't pretty '60s pop--it owes as much to everything that's happened in the '90s as to what's gone before--but the choruses might as well be covered in Velcro in the way they stick to your brain. --Chris Nickson, Amazon.com


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