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Unreleased 1978 Quincy Collection

Posted on Friday, November 26th, 2010 in

Here’s something from the vaults. This is a recently discovered copy of the demo that Quincy recorded at CBGB’s in 1978. It was the recording that helped the band get its record deal with Columbia Records.

It’s live and raw and what the band really sounded like compared to the actual record made in 1980. Some never released songs are on this recording too.

Here’s the running order.

  1. 1. Always in the News
  2. 2. Can’t Live in a Dream
  3. 3. Modern Man
  4. 4. Privileged Few
  5. 5. Salvation Fantasy
  6. 6. Star Rover

PS: for those of you who are unfamiliar with Quincy, it’s the band the Butler brothers were in right before Smash Palace. Quincy band members were

Gerald Emerick vocals and bass

Brian Butler vocals.

Steve Butler guitar and vocals.

Wally Smith keys

Bob Holden drums

New Music Video, Bridge Of Sighs

Posted on Monday, November 22nd, 2010 in
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Check out our new video directed by Gerald Emerick Below! The song is called ‘Bridge Of Sighs’

New Radio Shows & Gigs!

Posted on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 in

Hey, Smash Palace will be doing some radio shows and live gigs this month. Check em out.

November 11th, WOCM radio interview with Steve Butler. Listen live at 6pm at

November 13th, Smash Palace plays the NYC International Pop Overthrow with an all ages show at Kennys Castaways 5pm.  157 Bleeker St NY, NY  212 979 9762

November 18th, Live radio show with the entire band on WVIA.

A new video is in the works too so we’ll keep you posted on when its completed.

thanks .. Butler and the band

Leicester Bangs Reviews Smash Palace

Posted on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010 in

From the article:

Smash Palace – 7 (Zip)

I lost touch with Smash Palace after their first four albums, but I’m extremely pleased to re-acquaint myself with a guitar pop band who I always felt should be held in the same high regard as Fountains Of Wayne and Matthew Sweet. Indeed, Smash Palace’s seventh record (the imaginatively titled “7”) confirms everything I suspected. Their style of pop, which is both extremely catchy and accessible – though never throwaway – borrows from the best. Slower songs, “Holding Out For You” and “Secret Life” are very much Beatles influenced, without being derivative. When they’re turning it up and going for it, they’re just as choosey with their influences. “Win It All” is Motors(esque) and urgently needs a home on the radio, “How Can You Say?” is a toe-tapping blend of CvS, Rubinoos and Badfinger.

I’m going to have to find the albums I’m missing from my collection sooner rather than later.

Simon M.

Read the entire article here.

WBSD 89.1 FM Interview with Smash Palace

Posted on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 in

Listen To WBSD Interview

Trenton Times reviews Smash Palace

Posted on Monday, October 4th, 2010 in

From the article:

Smash Palace’s style spans the decades

Friday, October 01, 2010

By Lisa Rich

Smash Palace

When: 8:30 p.m. today; doors open 6 p.m.

Where: Puck, 14 E. Court St., Doylestown, Pa.

Admission: $7, age 21 and older only; (215) 348-9000

They’ve got a little to offer from each of the last seven decades.

A little rock “n roll? Sure.

Power pop? Definitely.

Jingle-jangle of the ’60s? Right on.

Smash Palace has a little touch of everything familiar, yet a sound that’s all its own. Tonight you can catch the band live as it performs songs off its latest (and seventh) album, appropriately titled “7,” at Puck Live in Doylestown, Pa.

The South Jersey band’s bio self-describes its sound as a mix of the Beatles meets Badfinger meets Tom Petty, and, to a large extent, that’s spot on.


New Song of the Month!

Posted on Monday, September 20th, 2010 in

This song is titled ” The Way Love Has Made Us” from the “Unlocked CD”

The Way That Love Has Made Us

Amplifier Magazine Reviews 7

Posted on Monday, September 20th, 2010 in

Lee Zimmerman of Amplifier Magazine reviews our latest album, ‘7.’ Review is below:

Has it really been seven albums already? Stephen Butler and company seem to be picking up the pace, and if they haven’t quite pierced the collective consciousness, happily, they’re still intent on moving forward. Replicating the cover of the Beatles Revolver album may seem like an audacious attempt to seize the spotlight, but it’s nothing that’s not deserved. While the new disc doesn’t necessarily boast the same degree of evolution as the Fab Four did at this point in their song cycle – notably, opening tracks “Win It All” and “How Can You Say?” each exercise the standard power pop regimen – there are hints that Smash Palace may be inspired by the Beatles’ blueprint after all. The looping melody and wafting harmonies of “Human Kind” and the sneering Lennon-like vocal of “All in Love is Fair” clearly draw their parallels. Nevertheless, this is hardly an attempt to emulate any one outfit in particular. The whimsical set of circumstance that flows through “Secret Life” references the wistful air of Village Green-era Kinks, just as the crunching chords of “Dead End Street” parallel the early Who. So too, the forthright piano ballad “Holding Out for You” and the dreamy, cushy “Bridge of Sighs” suggest their own air of euphoria. Seven albums on, Smash Palace has developed into a reliable commodity, one that reckons to make its mark every step of the way.
–Lee Zimmerman

Read Entire Article Here

Another Radio Show on KAXE Minnesota

Posted on Sunday, September 12th, 2010 in

Another Great Radio Show Featuring music from the first album!

Live Solo Performance @ KMSU Part III

Posted on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 in

Live set with DJ Karen Wright @ KMSU
KMSU – Death of Me

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