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PulCec

This is a catchy and hook-laden release that hearkens back to early nineties Britpop and American pop music. While some highlight this band’s similarity to bands like Big Star, I would think they have more in common with a band like Inspiral Carpets. This is indie rock with hooks and choruses that hearken back to late eighties and early nineties music. It is full of excellent tracks for pop connoisseurs looking to expand their collection. Stand out tracks include “Today,” “Wavelength,” and “She’s Got Something.” Check out http://www.darla.com/catalog/pulcec/ for an MP3 of the band.

Darla Records, 3460 Potter Lane, Sacramento, CA 95821; http://www.darla.com


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