The Gentleman Callers unreleased sophomore effort, tentatively titled With Time Comes a Change, blends beatlesesque pop, raucous R&B, and trashy garage punk in a way that is uniquely Gentleman Callers. Sometimes serious, sometimes stupid, always entertaining, the new album features twelve songs written by four 20-somethings in the 21st century. Yes, it is influenced by music of the past 50 years; but it is not retro, a throwback, or a "period piece". It's just good. Good music is not specific to a particular era or genre.
Please buy our debut CD on Wee Rock Records or one of the several comps we appear on. Our first 7" is long out of print but if you happen to find a copy you should buy that, too. And if we ever play a show again you should go to it.
"Yeah , that was a joke. I , unfortunately, live in Urge Overkill , Liz Phair , Smashing Pumpkins , Ministry , etc. etc.'s home town , so , I always had to hear how great all that stuff was , but , I'm still not feelin' it . A…"
1. Bumpin Tacos- Listen2. Bumpin Tacos- Just a Sec3. Statues- Dead or Alive4. Peer Pressure- Mom5. Vox Pop- Not like your Mom6. The Spits- Ask your mother7. Circle Jerks- Wonderful8. Human Eye- Gettin Mean9. Simply Saucer- Electro rock10. Bazooka- Zed the Mythical Goat11. Useless Eaters- Death Gripped12. Last four Digits- city streets13. Red Mass- You've heard these chords before14. The Kids- Rock over Belgium15. Terminals- Toxic Shock Syndrome16. …See More
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