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'If Phil Spector made an album with Jesus and Mary Chain and New Order, it would sound like The Watermarks. - 'Nice one. Your stuff sounds great. Nice, thick synths..." Will Sergeant - Echo & The Bunnymen - 'The Watermarks have mastered the art of the well written, hook laden hit song.' David Sadof - KLOL, KTBZ, KFNC - 'One of the best bands in town is the Watermarks, a group that does big, lush, layered pop, but without the usual perkiness that often accompanies big, lush, layered pop. There's a dark, electronic undercurrent...' The Houston Chronicle - 'The Watermarks are tailor-made to outfit any party with their blend of unadulterated vigor, scorching six-strings, grooving basslines, and thumping beats. Their cover of Prince's "When You Were Mine" is sure to be hit with audiences. The Watermarks could easily charm crowds at rock shows as well. Tracks like "I Used To Be Your Rock 'n' Roll" and "Shut Down" are as noisy as they are glistening, and balance the synth output perfectly with fuzzy and distorted guitars.' The Austinist - ''Heavy synths layer the songs, which though catchy at times also veer toward the same dark rawness of Joy Division/New Order. Don't mistake my comparisons for imitations though, as The Watermarks have an original spirit of their own.' Big Diction - John Michael Cassetta - "I love your music..." Michael Patterson - Producer/mixer, She Wants Revenge, Beck, BRMC, Duran Duran - 'Strong and catchy enough to have some real commercial potential...' Tim Oliver - Future Music Magazine - 'There's also a 'wall of sound' production approach with heavily distorted guitars. All very good. We love the song... ' Chris Hughes - Computer Music Magazine.
'If Phil Spector made an album with Jesus and Mary Chain and New Order, it would sound like The Watermarks. - 'Nice one. Your stuff sounds great. Nice, thick synths..." Will Sergeant - Echo & The Bunnymen - 'The Watermarks have mastered the art of the well written, hook laden hit song.' David Sadof - KLOL, KTBZ, KFNC - 'One of the best bands in town is the Watermarks, a group that does big, lush, layered pop, but without the usual perkiness that often accompanies big, lush, layered pop. There's a dark, electronic undercurrent...' The Houston Chronicle - 'The Watermarks are tailor-made to outfit any party with their blend of unadulterated vigor, scorching six-strings, grooving basslines, and thumping beats. Their cover of Prince's "When You Were Mine" is sure to be hit with audiences. The Watermarks could easily charm crowds at rock shows as well. Tracks like "I Used To Be Your Rock 'n' Roll" and "Shut Down" are as noisy as they are glistening, and balance the synth output perfectly with fuzzy and distorted guitars.' The Austinist - ''Heavy synths layer the songs, which though catchy at times also veer toward the same dark rawness of Joy Division/New Order. Don't mistake my comparisons for imitations though, as The Watermarks have an original spirit of their own.' Big Diction - John Michael Cassetta - "I love your music..." Michael Patterson - Producer/mixer, She Wants Revenge, Beck, BRMC, Duran Duran - 'Strong and catchy enough to have some real commercial potential...' Tim Oliver - Future Music Magazine - 'There's also a 'wall of sound' production approach with heavily distorted guitars. All very good. We love the song... ' Chris Hughes - Computer Music Magazine.
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0338547
Rel. Date: 05/20/2009
UPC: 884502104448

Thoughts Like Bombs
Artist: Watermarks
Format: CD
Used: Available
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'If Phil Spector made an album with Jesus and Mary Chain and New Order, it would sound like The Watermarks. - 'Nice one. Your stuff sounds great. Nice, thick synths..." Will Sergeant - Echo & The Bunnymen - 'The Watermarks have mastered the art of the well written, hook laden hit song.' David Sadof - KLOL, KTBZ, KFNC - 'One of the best bands in town is the Watermarks, a group that does big, lush, layered pop, but without the usual perkiness that often accompanies big, lush, layered pop. There's a dark, electronic undercurrent...' The Houston Chronicle - 'The Watermarks are tailor-made to outfit any party with their blend of unadulterated vigor, scorching six-strings, grooving basslines, and thumping beats. Their cover of Prince's "When You Were Mine" is sure to be hit with audiences. The Watermarks could easily charm crowds at rock shows as well. Tracks like "I Used To Be Your Rock 'n' Roll" and "Shut Down" are as noisy as they are glistening, and balance the synth output perfectly with fuzzy and distorted guitars.' The Austinist - ''Heavy synths layer the songs, which though catchy at times also veer toward the same dark rawness of Joy Division/New Order. Don't mistake my comparisons for imitations though, as The Watermarks have an original spirit of their own.' Big Diction - John Michael Cassetta - "I love your music..." Michael Patterson - Producer/mixer, She Wants Revenge, Beck, BRMC, Duran Duran - 'Strong and catchy enough to have some real commercial potential...' Tim Oliver - Future Music Magazine - 'There's also a 'wall of sound' production approach with heavily distorted guitars. All very good. We love the song... ' Chris Hughes - Computer Music Magazine.
        
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