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Talkies- Never Fear 7” ~EXPLODING HEARTS / EX GLITZ!

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Talkies- Never Fear 7”.  It’s safe to say these Bay Area power poppers have more than a few Beserkley Records (Rubinoos, Modern Lovers, Jonathan Richman) gems in their collective collections. You probably know frontman Ray Seraphin from his uber rockin glam band Glitz. His new band Talkies is a totally buzzin’ four-piece that takes you back to the slick guitar-driven power pop days when bands like The Rubinoos, Shoes and The Nerves ruled the scene. This new two songer has all sorts of nifty guitar licks with mighty shredtastic solos build around some gloriously shimmering harmonies. Smooth sounding single here recorded by Terry Six of the Exploding Hearts and Terry & Louie. Nice looking screen printed 7” covers on these as well. Import from Canada.

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