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This 16-year Milwaukee act led by Paul J. Wall (the Nice Outfit) lists these tags on Trolley's Bandcamp page: "paisley underground power-pop psych-pop folk-rock garage rock." That about covers it, actually — if you affix mod and British Invasion inflections as boomeranged through America's 1965-1966 response (pump up those ringing Byrds-ian guitars). If we must pin Trolley down, there are loads of high-energy/high-harmony stylings from Nuggets giants — heck, Trolley appropriate the Seeds' 1965 number 36 "Pushin' Too Hard" two-chord seesaw riff for the opening "I Woke Up," and "Vanity Song" is like a 1965 Kinks tribute. If Jellyfish played quicker like the Nerves, if Jigsaw Seen and Three Hour Tour moved to Beer City, or if Len Price 3 were cheeseheads, they'd approximate these '60s meteors with the lullaby melodies and "oohh-la-la-la" backing vocals. Someone alert Little Steven immediately. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi


Formed: 1996 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Displaying a luminous pop/rock style supported by a masterful rhythm section, Trolley play melodious grooving tunes with two guitarist/vocalists in the forefront. The crew first assembled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the midst of the '90s, with a lineup consisting of Paul Wall (vocals, guitar), Mike Perotto (guitar, vocals), Terry Hackbath (bass), and Nick Zahn (drums). In 1996, the band released its first recording, Love's a Twister, receiving rave reviews from the media and assuring the beginnings...
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Things That Shine and Glow, Trolley
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 06 September 2011

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