Marshall Crenshaw [1982] ()

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In retrospect, 1982 was a brief, exhilarating moment in between the fall of disco and the rise of MTV, when the eternal verities of real rock & roll broke through once again. The punk and new wave music of the late '70s had given way to power-pop, a return to catchy, relatively unadorned guitar rock. In that context, it was easy to see Marshall Crenshaw and his self-titled debut album as the Next Big Thing. Hailing from music-rich Detroit but based in new wave mecca New York City, Crenshaw looked like Buddy Holly by way of ...

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  1. There She Goes Again
  2. Someday, Someway
  3. Girls
  4. I'll Do Anything
  5. Cynical Girl
  6. Rockin' Around in N.Y.C.
  7. The Usual Thing
  8. She Can't Dance
  9. Mary Anne
  10. Soldier of Love (Lay Down Your Arms)
  11. Not for Me
  12. Brand New Lover
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