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Smash Palace Releases New Album, ‘7’

Posted on Thursday, June 10th, 2010 in

Smash Palace returns with their seventh CD (titled “7″) , that’s filled with 11 rock n roll tracks designed to be your soundtrack for the summer of 2010. The Butler brothers do what they do best … 60′s jangle pop, 70′s rock swagger, 80′s power pop , 90′s Brit pop all rolled into a contemporary style that’s all their own. It’s like listening to songs you know but haven’t heard before.

1. Win it All
2. How Can You Say?
3. Holding Out For You
4. Human Kind
5. All In Love Is Fair
6. Here It Comes Again
7. Bridge Of Sighs
8. Dead End Street
9. Somebody Up There Likes Me
10. Secret Life
11. Solo

Every Month we will be posting a song for you all to download. Until then, buy the album!

3 Comments on “Smash Palace Releases New Album, ‘7’”

  • Karen Wright June 24th, 2010 7:50 pm

    All these songs deserve radio play! KMSU in Minnesota plays them all…. great stuff!

  • MD July 2nd, 2010 12:05 am

    Yes, Minnesota digs Smash Palace! Your new website looks great and “7” is in heavy rotation here! Hard to pick a fave song, they're all superb. Congrats on putting out yet another fantastic collection of perfect power pop – the cds just keep getting better and better!

  • Alexander July 10th, 2010 3:31 pm

    Here's what I had to say about “7” in my review at

    I became acquainted with the music of Smash Palace through a serendipitous radio encounter upon the late 2007/early 2008 release of their fantastic album “Everybody Comes and Goes”.

    I was thrilled to learn of the band’s latest offering, “7”, and I placed an advance order.

    It’s as wonderful and joyous to listen to as any music I’ve heard in, well, the last 2 years since “Everybody Comes and Goes”.

    Think of the melodic, catchy songs of the Beatles and the Electric Light Orchestra—tunes you find that creep into your mind and you find yourself playing them in your head. Then think of the guitar-driven melodic pop songs of Cheap Trick and Tom Petty. Meld them all together and you have Smash Palace giving sound to the unparalleled song-writing genus of Steven and Brian Butler.

    Smash Palace isn’t out to copy anyone; they’re their own band. They just know how to do it right and I consider them the best at what they do. All the big-name, so-called artists that get air play on commercial FM radio are lame beyond reckoning. Their songwriting stinks. None of them have a voice you actively want to listen to. The music is so overproduced and without soul you may as well open up a can of soup and call it homemade.

    If you were raised, as I was, on Classic Rock and the true talents of true artists who produced the best music the world of rock has ever seen during the 1960s, 70s and 80s, then give Smash Palace a listen and revel in what real, intelligent, excellently-played guitar pop always has and always should have sounded like.

    Smash Palace is the keeper of the tradition.

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