Various ‎– Homegrown II 95.SX

Not On Label ‎– 310034X
Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 The Parrots (6) I Don't Want to Talk to You Tonight
A2 Trance (14) Runaround
A3 Phaze (8) Saturday Night Girls
A4 Frankie Firejack And The Jackels State of the Art
A5 David Orvin Those Eyes
B1 Terry Paine And The Pleasures I Kneed to Know
B2 Trouble Band Under Control
B3 The Detectives (3) The Neutral Zone
B4 M-80 (6) Trouble Tonight
B5 Robert Hutto Band Same Old, Same Old

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Part of a Battle Of The Bands Type Competition. All local bands from Charleston SC.
Miller High Life Rock To Riches
It came with a ballot that the user would fill out with the name of their favorite band, and send to the radio station.
The station (95.SX)


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June 5, 2020

This set of songs from Charleston, South Carolina bands fares a bit better than the previous volume.

Standout artists: The Parrots, Terry Paine And The Pleasures, M-80

Track by track:

1. The Parrots - "I Don't Want To Talk To You Tonight": New wave/power pop in the vein of bands like The Producers, The Money, and Quincy. I personally think they should have added keyboards.
2. Trance - "Runaround": Hard rock with a great guitar solo.
3. Phaze - "Saturday Night Girls": Funky new wave rock.
4. Frankie Firejack And The Jackels - "State Of The Art": Feel-good rock 'n' roll with humorous lyrics. They even pay homage to The Go-Go's towards the end of the song.
5. David Orvin - "Those Eyes": Pop rock.
6. Terry Paine And The Pleasures - "I Need To Know": New wave that goes slightly into AOR territory. Think The Producers meets Boston, with the clean chorused guitars of the former and the high-pitched vocals and harmonizing lead guitars of the latter.
7. Trouble Band - "Under Control": Melodic rock semi-ballad with flute added to the mix, from their LP.
8. The Detectives - "The Neutral Zone": Power pop with a ska vibe.
9. M-80 - "Trouble Tonight": Bouncy hard rock with equally bouncy vocals.
10. Robert Hutto Band - "Same Old, Same Old": Organ-infused power pop.