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by The Legendary Sputnik Weazel Band

Punk pop. Digital release only.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. She Got A Life
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2. Sheena's Glory Day
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3. Stained
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4. Ooh Sha La Lay
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5. Tight White
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6. Small Town Mile
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7. Two Rings
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8. Talk Me Down
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9. You Make Me Feel
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10. Lobster Cream
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11. Pet Names
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Paul Richards

Punk/Power pop Perfection
I Discovered this little gem on Sputnik’s myspace site, which I discovered strangely enough browsing through a Sidmouth Folk Festival link!?!
Irresistably catchy tunes & Lyrics played with raw punk energy that hit like a steamroller. & this album steamrolls all the way through approximately 32 minutes with blistering 2-3 minute pieces of punk/power-pop perfection with tight crunchy rhythm, edgy lead guitar, Sputnik’s cool worldly wise vocals & the superb dual female backing vocalists lift the songs into another dimension.
Sheena’s Glory Day sounds like early Who. Two Rings is an epic with demonic guitar riff, sinister vocals & dreamlike snippets of daily relationship issues – “She takes a piece of my heart – Turns it into something beautiful…” Stained sounds like a punk Dylan & showcases Sputnik’s political songwriting better than his earlier Lo-Fi New American Century. All track’s here are worthy of credit & there’s not a duffer on this album.
A unique sound in it’s simplicity & execution. I don’t know whether or not to criticise MP3 compression or say that it enhances the overall rawness of the sound? Whatever, this only album of “The Legendary Sputnik Weazel Band” from 2007 turned me on to the rest of Weazel’s incredibly prolific output since 2004, & this was & is a good one to start with.
Why hasn’t this guy been discovered & made Legendary? Maybe it’s better to lie low & just get on with it…?