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"Ultimate Love Songs"

SRT0901, $12.00

Track Listing:

Nice!, Diamond Mine, Beale Street, View Of The Lake, Ultimate Love Song, Where Can I Find You, Little Seamonster, Low Day, Million Miles Away, Reverie, Bullets, Windowpane Waltz
Description:

The Detonators enthusiastically keep the tradition of catchy, poppy, energetic tunesmithing alive and well, propelled by big guitars, smokey vocals, and ornate harmonies. Standout tracks include "Nice!", with its David Lindley/Stewart Copeland-esque bounce, the radio single "Low Day" which has been called the catchiest song ever written, "Diamond Mine" featuring co-producer and long-time bassist for The Mermen Allen Whitman on lead vocal, "Ultimate Love Song" with its 11 drummers, 15 guitar players, and 4 bassists all going mad at once, and the blistering cover of "Million Miles Away" by The Plimsouls. A must for any fan of true guitar pop-rock.

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"Kablooie"

SRT1401, $12.00

Track Listing:

Monster Movie, You're A Fool And You Know It, Lovely Night For Dancing, More Than Curious, Did A Day, Thief Part Two, Whizzin' Down The Hill, Sweet Serenade, Variation On A Theme By Wilson
Description:

Kablooie is the second album by the San Francisco-based band The Detonators, upholding guitar-and-vocal-based rock in the esteemed manner of The Plimsouls, Tom Petty, The Beatles, and The Beach Boys, while maintaining an understated sense of humor. "Kablooie" contains covers of Peter Case's "More Than Curious", Bill Withers' "Lovely Night For Dancing", and the uproarious "Whizzin' Down The Hill", perhaps the silliest thing ever recorded. Highlight originals include the upbeat opener "Monster Movie", and "Sweet Serenade"

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