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Steve Butler on In The Pocket Podcast-June 23

Posted on June 24, 2021 at 9:00 PM Comments comments (1062)

Listen to Steve Butler on the ITP podcast. David Uosikkinen's first solo podcast.

Thank you to my producer Taylor Kredatus and a big thanks to Steve! He made it easy for me.

https://in-the-pocket.simplecast.com/episodes/episode-91-steve-butler-BW9TOEL4?share=true" target="_blank">PODCAST

The Upside-Philadelphia Inquirer June 8, 2021

Posted on June 12, 2021 at 1:15 AM Comments comments (272)


By Kevin Riordan


GOLDMINE Power Pop Plus CD Reviews

Posted on November 3, 2018 at 1:00 AM Comments comments (3)


They’ve been around for decades (first as Quincy, until Mr. Jones got ticked off and made them cease and desist), and on their twelfth release, Smash Palace has crafted another beginning-to-end winner that ja...
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Smash Palace*Do It Again Zip Records 2012

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 12:55 AM Comments comments (279)

DAILY VAULT ALBUM REVIEWS by Tom Haugen 6/4/2012

Stephen and Brian Butler have an interesting story. The brothers fronted the outfit Quincy in the early ‘80s, releasing a record on Columbia and gaining steam before producer Quincy Jones put an end to that. Unhappy with the name Quincy, Jones sen...

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CD of the Day, 7/5/10: Smash Palace-7

Posted on July 6, 2010 at 1:10 AM Comments comments (51)

ABSOLUTE POWERPOP  July 5, 2010


Smash Palace has been around since the 80s, but somehow they've managed to come up with what might be their best album in a deep catalog of quality releases. Whether it's the Revolver-styled cover or the dawn of a new decade or something in the air, these ve...

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Smash Palace: Everybody Comes and Goes by George Graham

Posted on December 20, 2007 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (719)

The Graham Weekly Album Review #1509 12/19/2007

Two thousand seven has been a great year for intelligent, upbeat melodic pop in the tradition of the Beatles. There have been first-rate CD releases by Fountains of Wayne, The Red Button, Tim Finn, Daphne Loves Derby, Cantinero, Jason Reeves, Tim Blane and several others. The year closes out with mor...

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