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Mouthfeel Mouthfeel CD (2005)
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""We're faded" but not out of sight," Linda Hopper sings on the first track of Mouthfeel, her band Magnapop's first album in eight-and-a-half years. Actually, the reverse sums up Magnapop's situation pretty well: though all but the most devoted fans probably think that the band broke up years ago, now that Magnapop has returned, their sound hasn't faded at all. Aficionados of literate, energetic college rock from the early '90s will probably be excited enough to have the band back to forgive problems with Magnapop's new material, but fortunately, that's not necessary. Mouthfeel is not only one of the band's strongest collections of songs, it's also their most effortless and relaxed-sounding work since their 1992 self-titled mini-album. Instead of putting a glossy, modern-rock spin on their sound -- which undermined their previous album, Rubbing Doesn't Help -- on Mouthfeel Magnapop returns to the simply-produced, edgy power pop of Magnapop and Hot Boxing, both of which are still as fresh as they were when they first came out. Hopper and guitarist Ruthie Morris still have great chemistry, and songs like "We're Faded" and "Pretend I'm There" show that Hopper remains a distinctive voice, neither girlie-pretty nor rawk-chick tuff. "Satellite," "The In-Between" and "Think for Yourself" are fizzy but thoughtful, a distinctively Magnapop combination, while "Stick to Me" is a great example of their sweetness and punch. Magnapop's catchy, concise, unpretentious music is a far cry from most 2000s indie rock, but Mouthfeel should remind those who lost touch with the band just how good they actually are, and win over at least a few new fans as well. ~ Heather Phares Audio Mixer: Jim "The Bullet" Marrer. Magnapop: Ruthie Morris (vocals, guitar); Scott Rowe (vocals, bass guitar); Linda Hopper (vocals); Brian Fletcher (drums). Personnel: Ruthie Morris (vocals, guitar); Linda Hopper (vocals).
Fire All Your Guns at Once Fire All Your Guns at Once  (1998)
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Rubbing Doesn't Help Rubbing Doesn't Help CD (1996)
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For their third album, Magnapop sands away even more of their punk edges, leaving behind a competent, and occasionally engaging, post-grunge pop-punk band. The production on Rubbing Doesn't Help is too big for the songs, with echoing drums and fat, loud guitars, but there are enough strong songs scattered throughout the album ...
Kiss My Mouth Kiss My Mouth CD
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Magnapop Magnapop CD (1992)
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This is a collection of demos and early singles produced by the band's friends Michael Stipe and Bob Mould. Magnapop unveils the band as a punk-pop group with an arty bent, especially on songs like "Spill It" and "Favorite Writer." The cover of Big Star's "13" is a welcome addition to this good beginning. ~ Heather Phares This is a collection of Magnapop's early demos. Recorded at Furies Studio, ...
Open The Door Open The Door CD (1996)
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Track Listing of songs: Open The Door; True Love; Re-Hab;
Hot Boxing Hot Boxing CD (1994)
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The same jangly, introspective power pop that characterizes many of Bob Mould's records appears on HOT BOXING, Magnapop's new album. Graced with the winning combination of Linda Hopper's intelligent lyrics and Ruthie Morris' ripping guitar, HOT BOXING is a charming, straight-ahead, post-punk record. Mould's influence in the production is obvious; it seeps in through every crack of the songs and their arrangements. Yet Hopper and Morris are not ...
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Crime And Punishment In Suburbia Crime And Punishment In Suburbia  (2009)
Track Listing of songs: Trailer Trash; Bullet; Monkey Gone To Heaven; This Family; Two Rivers; Damaged Little F***ers; Burn, Don't Freeze; Sand; Mister Love; High School Cannibal Party; Sinnerman; Learning To Hunt;

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Popular or famous Magnapop music songs: Open the Door Lyrics, This Family Lyrics, Idiot Song, Pilgrim's Prayer, We're Faded, California, Piece Of Cake, Rehab, Snake. More music lyrics and songs Thirteen, I Don't Care Lyrics, Smile 4u, Pretend I'm There, Complicated Lyrics, Leo, Stick to Me, Spill It, Apology, Dead Letter, Juicy Fruit. See All Songs

Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Brian Fletcher
Linda Hopper
Ruthie Morris
Scott Rowe

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