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Nuclear Honeymoon

by Tropic Bombs

Enjoy a full-on eargasm while listening to this infusion of tropical rock, reggae, funk, and hip-hop!
Genre: Rock: Tropical Rock
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1. Bomber Bay
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2. The Journey
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3. Light the Way
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4. Chrysanthemums
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5. I'll See Your Ass At High Noon
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6. Block the Sun
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7. Ghosts of Time
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8. The Art of Cloud-Cutting
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9. Samson
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10. The Assassins of Abboneau
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11. Ghosts of Time (Original, 2009)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hailing from Toledo, Ohio, Tropic Bombs' debut album "Nuclear Honeymoon" is a versatile album that anyone can appreciate. Whether you enjoy hard and fast rock music, funky and bouncy grooves, tranquil and relaxing beach sounds, smoldering and sexy Spanish riffs, epic weeping guitar solos, melodic singing or lightning-fast raps over top of it all, this album has something for everyone. Utilizing a three-guitar setup, this six-piece has called in an air-strike to bombard the masses with everything they will need to escape the mundane normality of traditional radio rock. Expect
the unexpected and brace yourself for "Nuclear Honeymoon"!

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Press (with links):

"Fusing elements of reggae, rock, funk and hip hop, Tropic Bombs navigates listeners on a 10-song journey that features everything from hard-hitters like “Bomber Bay” and “I’ll See Your Ass at High Noon” to the more personal “Chrysanthemums” and “Light the Way.” An aspiring English teacher, Wayton’s lyrical creativity also shines on more abstract tracks like “The Art of Cloud-Cutting” and “The Assassins of Abboneau.”
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2012/07/10/tropic-bombs-drops-nuclear-honeymoon/

“There’s an epidemic of wah-wah indie folk and prissy pop around town but the Tropic Bombs are still brave enough to let the rock out. Their uptempo reggae infused rock shows have guys air-shredding and babes going wild.”
from http://toledocitypaper.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=4245:best-of-toledo-2011&catid=96:cover-stories&Itemid=542

“I want people — when they have to work — I want them to take off work every year,” said Wayton, whose band will perform at 11:30 p.m. June 30 on the Main Stage this year. “I want this to be the thing where they say, ‘There’s no way I’m working because Toledo Music Fest is going on.’ And I think it can get there if enough people promote it, support it [and] enough artists play it.”
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2012/06/26/toledo-music-fest-returns-to-headliners-june-30/

“Giveaways included “wacky-ass” drawings starting with donations of $25, listing $50 donators in the “Thank You” section of the album insert and giving $100 donators an opportunity to record with the group for the chants in “I’ll See Your Ass at High Noon,” among others.”
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2012/01/25/connecting-through-kickstarter/

“Gardenia, un autre combo argentin, Tropic Bombs, originaire de l'Ohio aux Estats-Unis, et nous.”
from http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/378897_187841791309786_576979625_n.jpg


“Tropic Bombs vocalist Ryan Wayton echoed Ruetz’s sentiments in a July interview with Toledo Free Press Star. “We all feel this resurgence, which is what we wanted out of the music scene,” Wayton said. “I feel like a lot of the people — like the fans and friends and stuff — are having a good time. A lot of them I think just embrace it because it takes them back to the old days with Promise of Tomorrow and stuff like that from what they’ve told me. It’s great.””
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2011/08/23/trio-of-bands-feel-resurgence-in-local-scene/


“At Toledo Music Festival on July 9 at Headliners, Tropic Bombs started to bring the roof down when it took the stage. Literally. Equipped with two tall, inflatable, flailing arm “sky guys” from his workplace, guitarist Jon Hammond had each one set to inflate on either side of the stage when Tropic Bombs started playing.”
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2011/07/28/tropic-bombs-takes-toledo-by-storm/


“What’s your most embarrassing moment on stage? When Jon’s bandana slid over his eyes causing him to stumble off the front of a five-foot tall stage! Also when our stage props (fan-powered inflatable tube men) had rubbed the insulation off of the ceiling at Headliners causing the room to appear as though it was snowing. (We were told to immediately unplug them!)”
from http://toledocitypaper.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3793:tropic-bombs-&catid=132:city-beat&Itemid=575


““It’s funny,” Tropic Bombs’ lead singer Ryan Wayton recalled on how his latest project got started. “It was actually an accident. It started as a two-man studio project. We were just jamming one day and we didn’t have a name. We didn’t even really know what we felt like doing. He went to do a reggae riff, and he forgot to click off his distortion pedal. Completely serious. He started making this distorted reggae riff, so jokingly I started doing double bass to it, which you never hear obviously in reggae, and it sounded really cool.””
from http://www.toledofreepress.com/2011/04/20/tropic-bombs-ready-to-go-off-at-frankie%E2%80%99s/


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