PRICES JUST REDUCED FOR 2008!! The BREETLES whataworld, whataworld...HeadQuarters Like it's predecessors: POP GO! THE BREETLES, SPOOJ and WRITERSCRAMP, DON'T SMILE is good, British influenced all-American power-pop-rock'n'roll. The critics have said: '... a Jersey guy whose love of everything Fab embraces not only the Beatles and the Beach Boys but also latter-day arts-and-craftsmen like XTC......Breetveld may not be the best singer on the planet (hey, just like Brian! [Wilson]), but he writes and plays so well, the surf's always up.'SOUND & VISION-Jan. 2005 '...another stunning collection of shimmering, smart, inventive tunes... Beautiful gliding melodies combine with silly/serious lyrics to create modern pop with a difference. Breetveld's voice sounds better than ever...and his ability to write memorable tunes is mindblowing.' Nov. 04 LMNOP - BabySue '..Breetveld delivers a baker's dozen songs laced with humor and humdingers... Long live the Breet.'-Alan Haber buhdge.com 'perfectly crafted......ridiculously infectious..' - Pitchfork Media- Dominique Leone; June 28th, 2004 pitchforkmedia.com Following on the critical success of the Permanent Press Recordings' 2000 international release: WRITERSCRAMP, the new album could easily be mistaken for a band of fine youngsters straight out of high school with a passion to rock like sight is in the eye. But the Breetles have been there, gone, then done it again. This is not your standard 3-chord group. They know all 4. DON'T SMILE is a band album, produced by the award-lifting team of musical charlatans: Chris Breetveld, Tim Korzun and Greg Shuss. VERY IMPORTANT** Once purchased, buyers can send in a copy of their proof of purchase of the CD, along with their name and address to get: DON'T SMILE 2/The BONUS DISC - absoulutely FREE! And the lyrics booklet emailed to them in PDF format. It's a great deal. Clark Dick Ambassador - Breetles Foreign Office, March 2006.
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