The Renfields | Spring-Heeled Jack

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Spring-Heeled Jack

by The Renfields

According to Option Magazine the 4 reasons to like the Renfields are their sense of the history of Rock and Roll, really good songs, a killer rhythm section, and total Abandonment.
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2. Policeman
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3. Apology In Vain
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4. Sea Monster
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5. Ink Dot Tootsie
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6. A Flying Count
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8. Dawn
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9. Story of My Day
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10. Sinister Sally
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11. Goldberg's Lighter-Than-Air Machine
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12. Jingle Jangle Jam
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13. Walk Away
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14. Lightspeed
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Album Notes
Four reasons to like the Renfields: 1) A sense of history. Unlike most bands, the Renfields realize life did not begin with Huskers, Ramones, Heartbreakers, and Dead Boys. Sure they swagger while wiping the snot off their upper lips, but they also comb through the grey hairs of their record collections. And it leads to some unlikely stylistic collisions ( Big Star meeta the Sensational Alex Harvey Band meets Yardbirds). 2) A few good songs. At least five of these serve proudly as A-sides to any single of the month club, running the gamut from pure pop woozy blues to anthemic garagepunk to quirky progrock. 3) A killer rhythm section. No band should be without one, and this one knows instictively when to push and when to pull. When they\'re in full \"push\" mode (think Keith moon) they wind up at number... 4) Total Abandonment These guys get all whooped up at the first sniff of their own sweat, and its damn infectious, like the earliest Replacements gigs must have been.

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