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4 Day Tornado

20/20

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During their brief existence in the early '80s, 20/20 represented all that was great about power-pop with their youthful exuberance and endlessly catchy melodies. 4 Day Tornado marks the band's long awaited return, picking up right where they left off more than a decade earlier. The album serves as a gift to the loyal fans rather than attempting to break new ground or increase the band's small following. Those who loved the first two albums won't be disappointed with this one either.

Biography

Formed: 1976 in Tulsa, OK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

One of the key bands in the Los Angeles power pop explosion of the late 1970s and early ‘80s, 20/20 never quite scored a hit single, but they were a powerful draw on the West Coast in their heyday, and their signature song, "Yellow Pills," became a cult favorite, covered by a number of later power pop acts and providing a noted pop fanzine with its name. 20/20 was founded by Steve Allen and Ron Flynt, two friends from Tulsa, Oklahoma who met when they were in grade school and discovered they both...
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