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Possum Dixon - New Sheets mp3 download

Performer: Possum Dixon
Title: New Sheets
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Punk-Pop
Location: Chung King "House Of Metal", New York, NY
Duration: 45:59
Released: August 11, 1998
Size MP3 version: 1407 mb
Size FLAC version: 1237 mb
Size WMA version: 1193 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 600
Genre: Pop Rock

Possum Dixon - New Sheets mp3 download

Possum Dixon ‎– New Sheets. Label: Interscope Records ‎– IND 90221.

Boisterous Explosive Strong.

New Sheets CD Video Promotional, Interscope Records.

Artists Possum Dixon New Sheets. New Sheets Possum Dixon. This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/158 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist New Sheets. BPM Profile New Sheets. Album starts at 76BPM, ends at 122BPM (+46), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Possum Dixon.

For New Sheets, Possum Dixon snagged the talented production hand of Ric Ocasek, former lead singer of the Cars. Ironically (or maybe not), the disc bears a strong sonic resemblance to both the Cars and the Ocasek-produced debut from Weezer. The crunchy new-wave sound pans out well for Possum Dixon-after their first couple of so-so releases, they finally seem to be getting the hang of crafting smart rock & roll. The first few tracks are a bit soggy, but lookout around track 6, when "Always Engines" kicks in. It's here that Possum Dixon truly begin to hit their stride; even.

Song from a Box, 00:48. Holding (Lenny's Song), 03:09.

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Possum Dixon was an American rock band, which existed between 1989 and 1999. Fronted by singer-songwriter and bassist Rob Zabrecky, the group's neo-new wave pop and post punk style first appeared among a string of early independently released 7 inch singles and on their self-titled debut on Interscope Records in 1993. Zabrecky's lyrical content often described love lost and slacker life in Los Angeles.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Song from a Box Ric Ocasek / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 0:48
2 Holding (Lenny's Song) Celso Chavez / Matt Devine / Byron Reynolds Possum Dixon 3:09
3 Only in the Summertime Celso Chavez / Matt Devine / Byron Reynolds / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:12
4 Firecraker Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:02
5 New Sheets Celso Chavez / Matt Devine / Byron Reynolds / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 4:43
6 Always Engines Trey Bruce / Mark Hudson / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:05
7 Stop Breaking Me Celso Chavez / Matt Devine / Byron Reynolds / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:43
8 Now What? Celso Chavez / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:46
9 Plan B Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 3:04
10 Heavenly Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 4:03
11 Faultlines Pat MacDonald / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 4:06
12 What You Mean Celso Chavez / Matt Devine / Byron Reynolds / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 2:29
13 End's Beginning Dave Stewart / Rob Zabrecky Possum Dixon 6:49


Trey Bruce - Composer, Guest Artist
Celso Chavez - Composer, Guitar
Matt Devine - Composer, Guest Artist, Guitar
Rachel Gutek - Artwork, Design
Storm Hale - Photography
Mark Hudson - Composer
Pat MacDonald - Composer, Guest Artist
George Marino - Mastering
Ric Ocasek - Composer, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer
Possum Dixon - Primary Artist
Byron Reynolds - Composer, Drums
Fred Schneider - Guest Artist
Carol Sheridan - Photography
Brian Sperber - Engineer, Keyboards, Mixing
Dave Stewart - Composer
David A. Stewart - Guest Artist
Jane Wiedlin - Guest Artist
Rob Zabrecky - Artwork, Bass, Composer, Design, Keyboards, Vocals