Pop Goes the Evil | White Cream Soda

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White Cream Soda

by Pop Goes the Evil

This trio has reinvented the sound of the 50s again, adding elements of classic and modern garage rock.
Genre: Rock: 50's Rock
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1. I Got Crazy
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5:58 album only
2. I Am an Island
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3:21 album only
3. Kisses
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2:52 album only
4. I'ma Gonna
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4:20 album only
5. The Soul in the Hole
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3:30 album only
6. Handsome Devil
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3:48 album only
7. Cinnamon Roll
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7:02 album only
8. Doom and Gloom
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4:33 album only
9. Love and Gold
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4:35 album only
10. There's a Snake in My Boot
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4:46 album only
11. Follow Me
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10:32 album only
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Album Notes
We spent 8 days in Columbus, OH at a recording studio called "The Tone Shoppe". Our fantastic recording engineer and friend Eric Cronstein truly captured our sound, calling the record "over the top, larger than life, and cocky".

The record is 11 tracks long, with some b-sides that might show up at a later date... We chose every track on this record based upon feeling. We promise you that "WHITE CREAM SODA" will have you movin', groovin', and thinking dirty thoughts from start to finish. This is the darkest feel good album you'll ever come across.


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