The Pink Delicates | Who Stole the Quiet Day

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Who Stole the Quiet Day

by The Pink Delicates

Not pop, not rock, but it pops and rocks.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Throwin' Rocks
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3:10 $0.99
2. Open Door
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4:27 $0.99
3. Fall Down Stairs
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3:37 $0.99
4. Surf Pajama Party
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2:56 $0.99
5. Sou Del Eu Elevado
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3:38 $0.99
6. She
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4:02 $0.99
7. Old Man Bar
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2:48 $0.99
8. Interlude
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2:28 $0.99
9. Harry Knipples
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5:07 $0.99
10. Words
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11. Follow You/black Light
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THE PINK DELICATES started out in 1995 as THE GWENS, a four piece band steeped in the vocal harmonies of the Everly Brothers and traditions of 60’s pop music. After releasing several EP’s and the full length album DEVIL’S CLIFF they disbanded and reformed as THE PINK DELICATES. Main songwriter KEVIN NEBLUNG, a GWENS founding member, is now joined by former late stage Gwens players Tony Marchitelli (guitar), Mike Santoro (bass) and John Fedele (drums). There’s still a bit of THE GWENS in their sound, but musically their new album WHO STOLE THE QUIET DAY incorporates many styles of music. From surf (Surf Pajama Party) to pop (Fall Down Stairs, Follow You) to rock (Throwin’ Rocks, Open Door) to experimental rock (Sou Del eu Elevado, Harry Knipples) and much more, there’s new stuff to explore with each listen. It’s a record with varied influences that flows together like a great party.


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Just curious ... I was wondering what a "mom hole" is in Throwing Rocks...its tough to hear what your saying...but i love the recording...did you guys do that in your mom's basement...cause i have some great equipment and would love to jam with you anytime


Phamton noises
I am blown away by your genius.
I hear phantoms in the background melodies that give me hope and inspiration.
I was wondering when you guys are playing out. Its tough to meet men my age

Phil Passantino,

sounds slammin'!
This CD sounds amazing! Best recording quality yet, I'm a long-time fan. Sounds sharp, super-inspired, like an energetic frenzy of catchy hummable awesomeness. There's not enough of this type of music in the world. Keep it comin'!

Bill Toddson, Long Island

all I can say is WOW
Amazing stuff. 24 seconds to countdown!! This is one hot record Any chance you guys will be touring Fire Island or Provincetown in Cape Cod...
just curious would love to see you in person

Jim Price - Neblung Price

Good Gawd it's Good!
There's no hair on these wonderful tunes!