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Beach Slang Vinyl, CD & tapes by Beach Slang at Norman Records

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Beach Slang
The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City

Those who have listened to Beach Slang before will know that their music is influenced by The Replacements. New album The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City features former Replacements bass player Tommy Stinson which front man James Alex regards as a bit of a coup. The perfect player for his punk-cum-power-pop sound. The album was produced by Brad Wood who has worked with just about everyone at one time or another.

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Broken Thrills

Beach Slang have never released anything in Europe until now. Broken Thrills brings together their first two EPs, which were released stateside last year, as one album. This will appeal to fans of The Gaslight Anthem as Beach Slang bring a similar level of streetwise rock to the party. Broken Thrills is pressed on coloured vinyl, limited to 500 copies.
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Quiet Slang
Everything Matters But No One Is Listening

If you used slang on the beach would it be loud? Beach Slang certainly think so because their new album, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening, comes courtesy of Quiet Slang. This is the Beach Slang you know and love, but a little more stripped down, opting for cellos and pianos rather than anything electric. 
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Beach Slang
A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings

The latest in a long line of 'beach' bands, Beach Slang are doing for today's teenagers perhaps what the Beach Boys did for those coming of age in the 1960s. They are altogether a brasher proposition however with buzzsaw guitars, shouty emo-influenced vocals and thumping drums. In fact, the title A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings sums up the record perfectly.  
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