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by The Stereotypes

Melodic Garage Rock/Pop steeped in the tradition of 60's rock
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. New Situation
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3:31 $0.99
2. Stars
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2:32 $0.99
3. I Drink
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2:59 $0.99
4. Outside
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3:01 $0.99
5. Dirty Sheets
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2:52 $0.99
6. Almost Lost
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7. Try Me
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8. Unsure
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Andres Blanco

Incredible music! I loved the first one, this one is even better! Gorgeous melodies and vocals, Sweet guitar riffs, Kickin drummin and groovin bass adds up to one great mix of raw tasty rock! Don't be a stereotype and missout....AW

south of mainstreem

five star

reviewed by snarlingvarminttortured

I had this sneaky suspicion the name Stereotypes might be a subliminal snakebite at some of the corporate noise polluting the airwaves these days. Any band willing to call themselves this would either one, have an ulterior motive, or two, whimsically play it off as a joke. Personally, I was hoping for the former and the former is what I got. It took all but about twenty seconds to belt out a few elated expletives and completely crank the hell out the first track, “New Situation”. It was so damn primal and its infectious chorus “I Got a New Situation!!!” repeatedly being impregnated in your head is garage rock at its finest. I figured track two, “Stars”, would be more of the same. I should have known better, because with all good bands comes unpredictability. This track really showcased lead vocalist John Finkbiner’s range reminding me of ex-Bauhaus great, Peter Murphy.


Great songs! I especially love STARS!