Young Sportsmen | Death to Palaces

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Death to Palaces

by Young Sportsmen

Death to Palaces is the first full length album from Young Sportsmen. Drawing influence from bands like Guided by Voices, the Who and Cheap Trick, Young Sportsmen deftly combine melody and volume to create an exciting, hook filled pop rock.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Unnecessary
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2. Her Independent Feature
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3. Shake the Shakers
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4. Love or Monsters
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5. Planetary Gears
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6. Under the Rocks and Stars
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7. Death to Palaces
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8. Chavez
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9. Sorry Sorry
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Young Sportsmen play loud guitar pop like Guided by Voices, the Jam or Cheap Trick.
Formed in the Spring of 2005, the four Sportsmen quickly recorded their debut release, "The Familiar Glow of Colliding Particles" EP, in a friend's living room with a mission of melody and volume. Though it was originally considered a demo, it soon turned into a surprising success in their home town of Seattle, making time on local radio stations KEXP and KNDD, and enjoying critical praise from a host of print and online music publications.


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