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Amazing modern power pop with punkish alt elements

This is The Stereo at it's best. It's upbeat work, but unlike their previous records, it has a sense of maturity and is less punk and more pop. Less of a whining feel and a much more wonderful sense of power pop. The melodies are more catchy and the production is smooth. If you like The Stereo's No Traffic album, check out Let Go the band they formed soon after this.

Buy it. Love it.

Listen to "New Tokyo Is Calling" and you will immediately be hooked! An amazingly energetic band that folded before the mass listening public could enjoy their sounds. A five star release --- iTunes gets half a star for even thinking of comparing them to Great White. What the...???


Formed: 1999

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Stereo plays catchy rock with the levity of Weezer, mixing pop-punk with the big, honest super rock of groups like Journey and just a hint of the heartfelt, piano romping of Billy Joel. The group began in 1999 when two musicians -- Jamie Woolford of Animal Chin and Rory Phillips of the Impossibles -- combined their solo projects at the recommendation of their label. After tape trading and phone calls, Woolford jumped in his van and drove to Austin, TX, where the duo recorded their entire full-length...
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