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    Monday, 09 June 2008


    A bit of classic rock, a bit of prog, a hint of psychedelia, a spirited whiff of punk, and a whole lotta rock 'n' roll.

    The CD, called 'Teenage Folklore' and showcasing the band's love of pure pop, punk, glam- and prog-rock and the combination thereof, along with the confidence to get fancy with them, is pretty impressive for a debut release. Guitar, drum loops, percussion, keyboards, drums, bass, pretty harmonies, etc., merge smoothly, and over the course of the album, the band repeatedly pulls out engaging ideas. Kudos, again, to Mike Martin at the Broom Factory for an excellent recording job; 'Teenage Folklore' sounds incredible." - Randall Roberts, the Riverfront Times, Wednesday, September 15th, 1999

    Rocket Park is a band that sticks out like a sore thumb in any crowd. While other bands carefully strive for genre purity and aesthetic homogeneity, Rocket Park revels in all its messy contradictions. Bassist Dave Harris whips up the c ... Read more »
    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 1584 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 09 June 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0


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