9 thoughts on “ The Valley Of Malls - Fountains Of Wayne - Utopia Parkway (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Utopia Parkway on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - ,Scratchie Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock/5(48).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Utopia Parkway on Discogs. Label: Yep Roc Records - YEP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Test Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Pop, Indie Rock.
  3. Fountains of Wayne are able to express genuine pity in songs like Go Hippie and Fine Day For A Parade, but even here their sense of humor and intelligence never flags. Hippie contains a classic guitar solo that recycles every stereotypical riff and effect from the psychedelic era and spits it /5(86).
  4. There's no denying that Fountains of Wayne know how to craft a great pop record. They know how to write a hook, they can pull of mild rockers and sweet ballads with equal aplomb, and they write melodies that feel like half-forgotten biagreenesacherser.nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.co: $
  5. Fountains of Wayne self-titled debut and the follow-up, Utopia Parkway, laid the foundation for the band's reputation as masters of power pop, or as The Dean of Rock Critics, Robert Christgau, put it, " full- edged art heroes." These two albums are considered classics of the genre.
  6. Fountains Of Wayne Utopia Parkway on g LP On Vinyl for the Very First Time! Also Available: Fountains Of Wayne Formed in New York in , Fountains Of Wayne took its name from an iconic garden store in nearby Wayne, biagreenesacherser.nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.co group’s line-up has remained unchanged since they toured in support of their self-titled debut album.
  7. There's no denying that Fountains of Wayne know how to craft a great pop record. They know how to write a hook, they can pull of mild rockers and sweet ballads with equal aplomb, and they write melodies that feel like half-forgotten favorites.
  8. In , the band released Utopia Parkway, an album named after a road in Queens, New York. The album was a concept record that dealt with life in modern suburbia. Utopia Parkway was received well by critics, garnering many favorable reviews, and was album of the week in People magazine.
  9. Utopia Parkway mirrors Fountains of Wayne in that it's full of great tracks but still tragically short on career-defining classics. As such, its unsurprising that the record was praised by fans yet disparaged by its record label at the time of its release (Atlantic Records .

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