Tennis Pro | Are You There God? It's Me, Tennis Pro

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Are You There God? It's Me, Tennis Pro

by Tennis Pro

Catchy retro-pop anthems with handclap choruses, Beach Boy harmonies, and rocking guitars.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Shopping Day
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2. ASVAB
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3. College Math
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4. Shelly Gets High
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5. Salmon La Sac
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6. Art School Pony
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7. With Kindness
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8. Kimberly
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9. Small Shorts
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10. Devil
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11. Hummingbird Tattoo
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12. Prom 2007
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"Are You There God? It’s Me, Tennis Pro" (self-released) is the third offering in five years from Seattle indie power-pop trio Tennis Pro. The collection of tongue-in-cheek melodic and anarchic pop songs include a denigration of indie-rock pretentiousness (College Math), an overwrought ballad about the neighbor who tends her yard all day (Kimberly), a rebuke of all things Spring Break (“Girl, take your small shorts and pack ‘em”), a teenage fantasy about getting an uptight girl stoned (Shelly Gets High), and a diatribe against Canada (“Don’t need to learn French to know/ I’m eating Cheerios”).


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