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Author Archives: The Power Popaholic

The Power Popaholic (aka Aaron Kupferberg) is a music blogger that focuses on the genre of power pop and melodic rock. I also report on live shows, tour dates, gossip, MP3′s, videos and just about anything a power pop fan could want. Reviews have been featured in The Rock and Roll Report, The Christian Science Monitor, Virgin Top Music Blogs and The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. To read past reviews visit www.powerpopaholic.com

Music Review: Immigrant Union – ‘Anyway’

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Overall, 'Anyway' is a pretty good album that will grow on you. Read More »

Music Review: Sloan – ‘Commonwealth’

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'Commonwealth' proves that Sloan has four skilled songwriters and instrumentalists with distinct tastes that keep the band atop the list of power pop bands. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Good Ol’ Freda’

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Now a modest 60-ish grandmother, Freda has kept quiet all these years as part of the Beatles family, but here she details her story. Read More »

Music Review: Carnival Season – ‘Misguided Promise: Carnival Season Complete (1984-89)’

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Fans of Let's Active, The Windbreakers, The Replacements, and The Lemonheads will enjoy this newly found treasure. Read More »

Music Review: Beady Eye – ‘BE’

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With 'BE,' the band expands upon the sound their first album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' set up, with less garage rawness and more fresh-sounding psychedelic elements. Read More »

Music Review: The Three O’Clock – ‘The Hidden World Revealed’

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A great intro for new fans, and longtime Paisley Underground followers have plenty of alternates and demos to enjoy. Read More »

Music Review: The Zombies – Breathe Out, Breathe In

The Zombies return with an album containing new Zombies classics that stand alongside past hits. Read More »

Music Review: Bowling For Soup – Fishin’ For Woos

Old timey rockers looking for a summer party soundtrack. Read More »

Music Review: Sloan – The Double Cross

Halifax's boys bring on The Double Cross. Read More »