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Album Review

New York/Losers Lounge fixture/East Village Radio Atlantic Tunnel host Edward Rogers' fourth LP is another fine excursion into the sounds of formative years. That's no fake Brit accent, either; he's from Birmingham. Like 2008's splendid sophomore You Haven't Been Where I've Been, Porcelain works multiple sides of the fruitful '60s/'70s flowering of rock's art pop culture, handling early-'70s guitar rock curling "The Biba Crowd," "Diamonds Amour," and wry "Topping the World," the James Williamson-Stooges-esque (yes!) "Separate Walls," and the Dylan-meets-Badfinger "Love with the World" as fluently as Baroque-stoked folk on "Nothing Too Clever" or the piano plucky "Link to the Chain." Like loves the Left Banke, Kinks, and Zombies, Rogers realizes that the "R" in A&R (repertoire!) matters as much as groovy tunes. And with his plaintive, reliable voice and happy hooks, Rogers never disappoints. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover, Rovi

Customer Reviews

part good

i really like the song porcelain. good instrumental sounds. good vocals.

Awesome Songs

"Porcelain" won't disappoint. Rogers has a way of making simple melodies and instrumentation sound beautifully complex on this album.


I immediately bought this album after hearing it at a party. Love Glam Rock? Then purchase this album NOW!
Highly recommended and easily one of my picks for best album of 2011!


Born: Birmingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Although born in Birmingham, England, songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Edward Rogers later relocated to New York City, where he funneled his classic pop influences into several power pop bands (including the Green Rooftops and the co-ed duo Bedsit Poets) as well as a solo career. Rogers grew up listening to the Anglo-pop sounds of the '60s and '70s, from the jangling psychedelia of the Byrds and the Zombies to such vocally driven groups as the Association and the Mamas & the Papas. After moving to...
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