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Pure power-pop heaven

Mr. M. J. Hulme
 
Revolver
Revolver
"The prototype for all good power-pop records. And Your Bird Can Sing is pop heaven."
# 1 Record / Radio City
# 1 Record / Radio City
"It all starts here - glorious Beatles/Byrds crossover. Double album for the price of one? Bargain!"
1977 [East West Release]
1977 [East West Release]
"It's on Infectious records - how apt. Nuggets of pure pop played fast and heavy."
Dookie
Dookie
"If anyone in the world hasn't heard this, you're missing out. Classic songwriting, a great three piece band."
Last Splash
Last Splash
"Cannonball, but plenty more where that came from too. An overlooked classic."
Eight Arms To Hold You
Eight Arms To Hold You
"Chunky female-fronted power pop band, exquisite vocal harmonies over dirty guitars. Spot on."
Fountains Of Wayne
Fountains Of Wayne
"The more you play this one, the better it gets. Deceptively clever songwriting and arrangements. A very clever band - but also, a very good one. Utopia Parkway also highly recommended."
Soft Sounds
Soft Sounds
"Back - and still brilliant. This or Teenage Symphonies To God are two great power-pop albums."
Pinkerton
Pinkerton
"If this is the sound of madness, I'm coming off the pills. The most powerful sunny but self-loathing album ever?"
Grand Prix
Grand Prix
"Just perfect."