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The Click Five: Modern Minds and Pastimes [Tour Edition]

Track List

>Flipside
>Jenny
>Happy Birthday
>Addicted to Me
>I'm Getting Over You
>When I'm Gone
>Headlight Disco
>Reason Why, The
>All I Need Is You
>Long Way to Go
>Mary Jane
>Empty
>Summertime
>So It Goes
>American Royalty
>Long Way to Go
>Mary Jane
>Reason Why, The
>Jenny
>Happy Birthday
>Empty
>Mary Jane
>Jenny
>Long Way to Go
>Mary Jane
>Empty - (live)
>Headlight Disco - (live)
>Bonus Material

Album Reviews:

Entertainment Weekly (p.67) - "[T]hey expand their oeuvre, drawing inspiration from the '70s, the '80s, and the gloss of modern rock." -- Grade: B-

Album Notes

Personnel: Kyle Patrick (vocals, guitar); Frank Ciampi, Gavin McDevitt, Eric Espiritu (vocals); Ethan Mentzer (guitar, background vocals); Joe Guese (guitar); Ben Romans (keyboards, background vocals); Mike Denneen (keyboards); Joey Zehr (drums, background vocals); Wayne Sharp (hand claps); Aaron Lippert, Matt Tahaney, John Powhida (background vocals).

Audio Mixer: Mike Shipley.

Recording information: Q Division, Boston, MA.

Photographers: Pamela Littky; Elizabeth Attenborough.

Thanks to an image engineered by their manager, which includes natty suits and high-end rock haircuts, the Click Five are a prefab hipster group tailor-made to win the hearts and ears of pre-teen girls. The group's sophomore effort, MODERN MINDS AND PASTIMES, takes the lads into New Wave territory, mining a retro sound full of nagging hooks and squiggly synths. Any indie edge to their punk-pop sound has been filed down for mass consumption, but what should be here--singalong hooks played in a frothy, palatable style--comes through loud and clear.



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