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Paint the Town
Push Stars
Paint the Town
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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All Artists: Push Stars
Title: Paint the Town
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: 33rd Street
Release Date: 3/9/2004
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 806403332720

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Alan O. (fiftypercent) from NASHVILLE, TN
Reviewed on 6/1/2009...
Just got to say that this is a great album and well worth taking a chance on, especially if you like Counting Crows, The Badlees and other thoughtful pop outfits.

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Hootie (if they were good)
P. J. Ludwig | WI | 02/01/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"i'm normally not a fan of 4/4 rock like this. there is nothing edgy or out of the ordinary about push stars. frankly, they would fall in the same category as huey lewis or hootie & the blowfish... EXCEPT... they write such great songs. my take on music is that a great song is a great song, be it rock, jazz, rap, country, etc... lyrically, even, there is nothing really revealing or special... but those songs stick like a juju bee in your filling. they defy all my expectations of what a "typical" bar band can do... don't expect new revelations. expect what 1000's of bands have done before, just done better."
Incredible from start to glorious finish..
Morgan Phillips | Savannah, GA United States | 07/29/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Bouncy rock and roll meets a seemingly endless supply of positive energy and soul in this album. Here are some guys who know how to rock. They need to get more popular so they can spread their music further into the mainstream, thus loosening mediocre music's grip on our world. Mediocre this album is not.
With tracks like "Outside of a Dream", "Lucky Sevens" and "Dream Came Down" you will have these lyrics memorized in record time. These guys are what the future of music needs to be: they're fun, and they put on one hell of a live show. I saw them open for Great Big Sea in Philadelphia this past spring, and they held their own marvelously. After a week with this album in your discman you'll be listening to it from start to finish again and again. Listen to the wailing, synthesized opening of "Lucky Sevens" and you get chills. The optimistic, cheerful and drunken lyrics of "Keg on my Coffin" can make anyone smile.
Insanely addictive and almost suspiciously talented, you need this album.

1- Claire- 4/5
2- Outside Of A Dream- 5/5
3- In The Galaxy- 4/5
4- Lucky Sevens- 5/5
5- Every Angel- 4/5
6- Freedom- 3/5
7- Paint The Town- 4/5
8- Hanging By A Thread- 5/5
9- At Sea- 4/5
10- Dream Came Down- 5/5 (#1 song of the album)
11- Keg On My Coffin- 5/5
12- Drifting Away- 4/5
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