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Weird Summer - Velvet Crush - Teenage Symphonies To God (CD, Album)

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  1. Velvet Crush is a great American rock & roll band. They combine loud and ringing guitars, crashing drums, and gruff-yet-sweet vocals to really put some power into power pop. The subtitle of this record is "A Collection of Demos and Outtakes " and it .
  2. Aug 15,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Teenage Symphonies To God on Discogs/5(25).
  3. Collection of 16 hard-to-find tracks including demos and live tracks bookending their U.S. breakthrough album Teenage Symphonies To God! When Rhode Island’s Velvet Crush appeared on the scene in the early s, they were obviously a force to be reckoned with. Signing with England’s Creation Records (Oasis, My Bloody Valentine, Teenage Fanclub), they released their debut LP in
  4. Aug 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Velvet Crush - Teenage Symphonies To God at Discogs. Complete your Velvet Crush collection. Weird Summer: Star Trip: Keep On Lingerin' Sell This Version: SCR 2, CRECD Velvet Crush: Teenage Symphonies To God ‎ (CD, Album) Creation Records, Creation Records 4/5(82).
  5. TEENAGE SYMPHONIES TO GOD is a keeper. It is warm, human, and well-made, without an ounce of pretension. It's one of those rare albums where every single track is terrific and it seamlessly covers an entire range of emotions, when so many artists today can't even put together a /5(18).
  6. about. A classic power pop band in the tradition of the Raspberries and Big Star, Velvet Crush formed in Rhode Island in , although their roots actually extended west to Champaign, Illinois, where vocalist/bassist Paul Chastain and drummer Ric Menck fir.
  7. Jan 07,  · Track 2 from their album "Teenage Symphonies to God" (). Composed by Jeffrey Borchardt, Paul Chastain, and Ric Menck.
  8. Velvet Crush — Teenage Symphonies to God Power pop is a nebulous term used primarily by journalists, but is generally agreed to fall somewhere between the Who, Big Star and Fountains of Wayne. A classic example of the genre was birthed right here; Velvet Crush’s sophomore effort, Teenage Symphonies to God is a masterful mix of hard rock and.

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