The Beatifics - How I Learned to Stop Worrying

The Beatifics
How I Learned to Stop Worrying
No Alternative Records
TRG 89338 (1996)

TRACKS
LIQUID AUDIO
REAL PLAYER
Almost Something There
(liquid)
(G2)
Something/Anything?
(liquid)
(G2)
This Year's Jessica
(liquid)
(G2)
Without A Doubt
(liquid)
(G2)
Last Thing On My Mind
(liquid)
(G2)
Happy To Be Sad
(liquid)
(G2)
Crazy Lovesick Heart
(liquid)
(G2)
Those Kids
(liquid)
(G2)
Read You Wrong
(liquid)
(G2)
Green Day Rising
(liquid)
(G2)

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Almost Something There (3.4M)

This Year's Jessica (4.3M)


The Beatifics are the new outfit from former Rockerfellers front guy Chris Dorn. The Rockerfellers were a short-lived Minneapolis pop band that scored 4 spots on last year's compilation "SymPOPhony #1: A Collection of American Power Pop" on Denver-based Not Lame Records, and was subsequently featured in Billboard, Mojo, Goldmine, Huh?, Cake, Audities, and Pandemonium, among others.

"How I Learned to Stop Worrying" offers up melodic stories clothed in massive hooks and catchy riffs that'll take you to power pop heaven. 10 songs of love, lust and loss. By the second time through, you'll be singing along.

No ALternative 10/96


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video clip from "Almost Something There"

80 seconds (3.3 meg QT)
22 seconds (1 meg QT)

On The Rockerfellers/Chris Dorn:

"Transcendent." -Goldmine

"Ringing guitars, frisky drumming, and dreamy melodies." -CAKE

"Highly recommended." -Audities

"Remember, this is not indie. This is not alternative nor is it college radio. This is not new wave, it ain't punk. This is power pop. Don't go back to Rockville." -Mojo


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