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Principals of Electronic Circuitry

by Service Group

Breezy 70's-style power-pop.
Genre: Rock: Mod
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1. Summer Sunn
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2. Secret Servants
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3. All I Wanted to Say
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4. Pill Fer That
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5. Let It Go
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6. Space and Time
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7. I'm in Love
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8. You'd Rather Be
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9. Breaking Mirrors
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10. Brand of Unkind
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11. Last to Know Club
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12. Telephone
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Album Notes
Service Group - Principals of Electronic Circuitry (2007)
Review by Walleed Rashidi

Merging the bouncy hooks of The Knack, the melodies sensibilities of Teenage Fanclub and the occasional guitar-charged gusto of garage groups like the Swingin' Neckbreakers is Los Angeles' Service Group, who've made their high-voltage sophomore effort, Principals of Electronic Circuitry, spark up with electrified drumming, topped with some regulated riffage. Launching with the memorable "Summer Sunn," the disc pounds through the hits with a power-pop passion, including the delightfully dynamic "All I Wanted To Say." Even fans of Weezer or Sloan wouldn't feel out of place with the band's latest, which packs 13 brilliant tracks, carefully caressed on a sonic level with an even mix across the board by producer Bruce Leonhart. Carefully picking up where the Service Group's 2003 debut, Minimum R&B, left off, Prinicpals is pure, sugary pop — in fact, enough to make anyone's ears fall into a diabetic coma — and quite frankly, it never tasted so good.


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