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The Quarter After - Too Much To Think About (7" Blue)

The Quarter After - Too Much To Think About (7" Blue)
The Quarter After - Too Much To Think About (7" Blue) The Quarter After - Too Much To Think About (7" Blue) The Quarter After - Too Much To Think About (7" Blue)
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Format: Vinyl (7") 
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Label (Code): Committee To Keep Music Evil (EVILSP511)
Special Attributes: Light Blue Vinyl on Cardboard Color Picture Sleeve
Release Date: 2008
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"A fusion of dreamy '60's folk-pop melodies, reminiscent of the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Love, and a few lesser known Sunset Strip Bands" (ALTERNATIVE PRESS)

With earthy vocals in the neighborhood of Roger McGuinn and Tom Petty and a sound evoking psychedelic memories, California’s The Quarter After begin on solid ground. The group formed early in the decade, and were personally chosen by Arthur Lee and Love to be the only opening band for his first show in seven years after being released from prison (parasitesandsycophants.com). On this 7", Side B1 is a cover version of Here It Comes by the Stone Roses with a hidden track on the B side

Track List
 

A Too Much To Think About        

B1 Here It Comes        
B2 [Hidden Track]

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