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What begins as a contemporary, rock-ish Brian Wilson sing-a-long evolves into a fantastic (in scope and execution) pop tapestry. Each of Pas/Cal's songs bears the mark of manic scrutiny and orchestral coordination, such that the impact of this 5-song EP far exceeds that of a standard full-length. Casimer Pascal's crystal-clear voice and incorrigable guitar- (and even xylophone-) hooks instantly make this relatively obscure Detroit pop band top-ten material for anyone with half a heart. The final track, What Do the American Girls Have On Jennifer Jo Jo, is a well-worded ballad, sung with utmost sincerity and clever guitar.

Biography

Formed: 2000

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Detroit's Pas/Cal formed in November 2000, when Gene Corduroy (lead guitar), Casimer Pascal (rhythm guitar, vocals), and Little Tommy Daniels (drums) collaborated to write "The Cigarette Blouse Rebellion." That first songwriting session was the first of many, and the band's casually refined pop sound quickly took shape. Nathaniel Burgundy joined as the group's bassist in February 2002, and the band signed with international pop label Le Grand Magistery Records soon after. The label released their...
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