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Fall Parade

Fall Parade

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~ The Anderson Council

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** Pinkerton's Assorted Colours - dubbed 'Coolest Song in the World' By Little Steven on The Underground Garage - July 2007. Debut at #1 on Billboard Garage singles chart, and The Fall Parade debuts at #9 on the Garage Rock Albums chart! ** Strawberry Smell -- featured on the soundtrack to the film 'I'm Reed Fish' With their second album, The Fall Parade, New Brunswick, NJ's The Anderson Council pick up where they left off, driving home British Invasion-style hooks with power, style, and agility. From the opening barrage of "Beautiful" onward, every ringing chord, slamming drum fill, and booming bass run is brought to light by engineer Kurt Reil (The Gripweeds) and his House of Vibes cohorts. Appropriately, singer/songwriter Peter Horvath gleefully raids British vocal traditions (think Ray Davies through Paul Weller and Andy Partridge) the way Mick Jagger once raided our very own. Shuffle this strong lineup of tracks, and you won't go wrong if you land on the propulsive "Friday's Girl", the stomping "Strawberry Smell", or the loping "What Do You Know?"

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    Artist: The Anderson Council
    Title: Fall Parade
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 6/16/2006
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637197118
    UPC: 837101169516
    Item #: CDBY116951

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