Complete your Icecream Hands collection. riferendosi a Sweeter Than The Radio, CD, Album, 74321693132. Gather ‘round fellow pop wimps, ‘cause here’s another Australian masterpiece cut from the finest contemporary pop cloth. Third time was the charm for the Icecream Hands: this ass-classic release concluded the power-pop nineties with just as much energy as Matthew Sweet’s Girlfriend kickstarted them. Vocals, lyrics, sounds and songs, all the twists and turns of this wonderful record are guaranteed to bring a big old banana smile to your face quicker than a puppy in a sock. Simply put, this one’s from where pop means craft, and craft.
Sweeter Than The Radio (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RM). Rubber Records. Simply put, this one’s from where pop means craft, and craft means everything. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
It's rare that a band's music can make you do more than dance, and it's even rarer that their name alone gives you a food craving; amazingly, Ice Cream Hands is one of these bands. Their 1997 release Memory Lane Traffic Jam was one of the best power-pop releases of 1997, and on their third album, the group turns out another series of catchy power-pop gems
Sweeter Than the Radio. 1999 studio album by Icecream Hands. Sweeter Than the Radio. Studio album by. Icecream Hands. Sweeter Than the Radio is the third album by Australian rock band Icecream Hands. It was released in 1999 and was nominated for the Best Adult Contemporary Album section of the ARIA Music Awards in 2000.
Listen to Rise, Fall & Roll from Icecream Hands's Sweeter Than the Radio for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Australian power-pop band Ice Cream Hands comprised singer/guitarist Charles Jenkins, guitarist Marcus Goodwin, bassist Douglas Lee Robertson and drummer Derek Smiley. Debuting in late 1992 with a self-titled EP, the group issued their first full-length release Travellin. ade Easy a year later. After 1994's Supermarket Scene EP, Ice Cream Hands issued another stop-gap single release, Olive, before finally resurfacing with their sophomore LP Memory Lane Traffic Jam in 1997.
Sweeter than Fiction" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for the British film One Chance (2013). The song was written and produced by Swift along with Jack Antonoff, best known as the guitarist for indie pop band Fun, and was released through Big Machine Records as the lead single from the soundtrack album on October 21, 2013. One Chance producer Simon Cowell approached Swift with the idea of becoming involved with the project.
YAY! I finally did something from my to-do list! This is my half of the trade with ^^ And I'm TERRIBLY late with it ;A; I mean, we setted it up on octob.
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|Yellow & Blue||2:32|
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|You Could Be Reported||4:13|
|Giving It All Away||3:44|
|Magic Pudding Blues||1:54|
|The Obvious Boy||3:28|
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