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An expanded version of a 1997 four-track EP, 1998's Pop Job: The Long Player is an 11-song blast of bubblegummy power pop in the Raspberries/Hudson Brothers tradition. As the anthemic statement of intent "Sugary" attests, Mark Bacino loads his songs with handclaps, tambourines, organ, "sha-la-la" backing vocals, and all the other tropes of post-Beatles power pop. Unlike a lot of artists in the style, however, Bacino doesn't rely on the signifiers to the exclusion of writing songs that would stand up on their own. Though Bacino's gruff voice doesn't always match the sugar-sweet arrangements, his songs are sturdily melodic enough to stick in the listener's head. Similarly, his lyrics aren't exactly inspired poesy, but they don't cause involuntary eye-rolling, either. The rocking "Keep Me Awake" and the deliriously upbeat "Diggin' That Girl" are among the highlights, but the hidden bonus track, an old home tape of a pre-pubescent Bacino singing a snatch of "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" is a charming coda underscoring the lack of pretension found here.


Nacido(a): New York City, New York, USA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Mark Bacino is a New York-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer with a bent toward melodic rock and power pop. Born in New York City, Bacino grew up on a steady diet of the Monkees, Kiss, Herb Alpert, the Beach Boys, Cheap Trick, and other similarly inclined pop acts. By high school, Bacino had taught himself to play guitar and was already experimenting with four-track recording in his basement. After graduating from St. John's University, Bacino released several independent...
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