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Living A Lie - The dBs - Neverland (CD, Album)

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  1. May 04,  · Finding Neverland: The Album is a fusion of pop and Broadway akin to Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida album in , which spawned John’s .
  2. The band members are Peter Holsapple, Chris Stamey, Will Rigby, and Gene alsupvestraclimodukbestlicenttacta.cogh the members are all from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the group was formed in New York City in In , the band completed its first new studio album in 25 years and its first in Genres: Jangle pop, power pop, college rock, indie rock.
  3. STREAM The dB's live segment from 'Mountain Stage' now: The dB's were musical guests on the live music show, "Mountain Stage" back in June (see below), but the show was actually aired the week of Sept. "Mountain Stage" is a long-running public radio show, and the nice people at NPR Music have a brief story, photo and -- most importantly -- media player to stream The dB's 4-song segment HERE.
  4. The North Carolinian kings of spazzy power pop are well represented by Neverland, which simply compiles their first two albums, Stands For Decibels and Repercussion (plus a couple B-sides), onto one CD. In their original lineup, the dB's early material was hallmarked by the contrast between Peter Holsapple's more palatable pop in the form of tunes like "Big Brown Eyes," "Judy," and "Amplifier.
  5. Tracks Originally Released in - The Complete Album "Stands For Decibels" Tracks Originally Released in - The Complete Album "Repercussion Both Albums Were Originally Released on Albion Records & Tapes Ltd. Track 15 wrongly given /5(6).
  6. (LP, Castle Communications Plc, DOJO LP 33 ) The dB's: Peter Holsapple Chris Stamey Will Rigby Gene Holder. This album is a compilation of tracks from the two Albion albums and was released without the knowledge, participation, or approval of The dB's.
  7. Stands For deciBels (). Repercussion () This is a remarkably solid effort that heralds the transition between late 70s New Wave and 80s college rock. With a finger-snapping beat, spunky horn section, and strolling organ part, "Living A Lie" sounds exactly like contemporary Elvis Costello; "We Were Happy There" leads in a Cars-style synth part, and "In Spain" with a withering.
  8. So naturally, when someone sends us a dB’s related link, we gotta share it. Below watch an absolutely jaw-dropping (in more than one way) promotional video for the song “Living A Lie,” taken from the band’s album Repercussion. The song itself is terrific, and the video is eminently watchable even though there are a few, er.
  9. Repercussion is very much of a piece with the debut, repeating much of the same formula that made Stands for Decibels great -- terrific harmonies, winning melodies, and catchy hooks with subtle quirks thrown into the mix. This time, they feature a fuller, more polished sound, but the impact of the songs isn't diminished. Stamey left shortly after Repercussion to pursue a solo career.

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