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We Turn on
  • Artist: Poppy Nosh
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 821049061117
  • Item #: CDBY906111
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/23/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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We Turn on on CD

Their third effort, very light Psych Poppy throughout, was co-produced by Mitch Easter and also features his guitar work on some of the tracks 'These guys prove that the Spongetones aren't the only band from North Carolina that does Beatle stylings the right way. Unlike their compatriots the Spongetones, Poppy Nosh delves into '70s-era Lennon and Harrisonisms, but keeps things interesting by adding other elements to the Beatle foreground!' - David Bash/IPO once stated. And right you are, David! The boys continue that 'Beatle-ism' vibe, both instrumentally and vocally, on this one as well! The vocals on 'Paperboy' sound like Pye Hastings of Caravan! And that's a good thing! EXCELLENT!!! Kool Kat Musik A breezy and creative pop porridge w/ whimsical, laid back hooks and melodies all over the place. New influences include The Vinyl Kings, Martin Newell, and The Breetles. Check It Out! Bruce Brodeen - Not Lame Recordings One of the best power pop albums I've heard this (year) is Poppy Nosh's We Turn On. This one ...reminds me of the Spongetones on some tracks. Beatles influence throughout the album, especially from mid-60's George Harrison. Good stuff. Jedi/Metacritic.