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The Van Delecki's Letters From the Desk of S.Van Delecki isn't much of a departure from Jamie Hoover's band, the Spongetones — lots of harmonies, pure pop melodies, and plenty of hooks. The album, for the most part, is more relaxed and has fewer blatant Mersey references with light acoustic, folky arrangements playing a bigger role. And while the Spongetones album that preceded this project moved into the same territory, this one is more effectively executed.


Formed: 1995 in North Carolina

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The Van Delecki's, who draw their name from an episode of The Andy Griffith Show, are a side project of the SpongeTones' Jamie Hoover and Let's Get Mikey's Bryan Shumate. The two released Letters from the Desk of Count S.Van Delecki on Permanent Press in 1996 with help from fellow Spongetones, Steve Stoeckel and Pat Walters as well...
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