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Funny Feeling - Material Issue - Freak City Soundtrack (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 01,  · Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.5/5(2).
  2. With Freak City Soundtrack, their 3rd Album, Chicago's Material Issue made perhaps the definitive power pop record of the 90's. Such a statement may sound like hyperbole, but trust me, this one's that good. At the time, the record's quality was a pleasant surprise even for hardcore Issue fans/5(15).
  3. May 21,  · Retro Reviews: Material Issue - Freak City Soundtrack I've gone on record calling Material Issue the greatest power pop band of all-time, and not once since have I felt like changing my mind. I'm sure if you polled hardcore Ish fans (myself included), International Pop Overthrow would be the overwhelming choice as the band's best album.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Material Issue - Freak City Soundtrack at Discogs. Complete your Material Issue collection/5(23).
  5. May 14,  · Chapman did exactly that when he produced Material Issue's third album, the superb Freak City Soundtrack. From "Ordinary Girl" and "Funny Feeling" to the clever single "Kim the Waitress," Chapman brings out the best in the melodic yet hard-rockin' band. Issue never fails to rock any more than it fails to employ irresistible hooks and a striking harmonic goaterearthtabtocamamteotabacpulpti.infoinfo: Material Issue.
  6. Material Issue was a power pop power trio from Chicago, Illinois. Their trademark was a brand of dense, rich, manic, and powerful pop tunes. Their lyrics revolved heavily around themes of love and heartbreak, having a phalanx of girl's-first-name-titled songs.
  7. Jul 18,  · New Choice - Funny Feeling (All images and audio are copyrighted by their respective copyright owners).
  8. So I will not and cannot state that I was there when it happened, rather that the music and events affect me more now simply because I was too late, and wasn't there. My first experience with hearing about Material Issue was in , after reading a review of their third albumFreak City Soundtrack.

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