Various Artists : International Pop Overthrow: Volume 22

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Sell date: 9/2019
Label: Omnivore Recordings
Mfg's Catalog#: 17683
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 Notes & Reviews
Omnivore Recordings and The International Pop Overthrow Music Festival are proud to present International Pop Overthrow: Volume 22, a 3-CD compilation featuring 69 tracks by artists from all over the world who have played the International Pop Overthrow festival?along with some who haven't. The IPO compilation series goes back as far as the 1998 when Volume 1 was a single disc. Since then, the compilation had expanded to two discs the following year, and then three discs in 2002 for Volume 5, and it has remained a three-disc set through 2019. International Pop Overthrow: Volume 22 showcases artists from 10 different countries, doing just about every sub-genre of pop music, including power pop, pop/rock, folk/pop, psychedelic pop, garage, indie-rock, modern rock, etc., making it one of the most well-rounded compilations available to the general public. Although the International Pop Overthrow festival is essentially a showcase for unsigned bands, the compilation has featured some signed acts, and some who have gone on to be signed. These include: ?Jason Falkner ?Brendan Benson ?Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Jellyfish, Imperial Drag) ?AM Radio ?Marvin Etzioni (Lone Justice) ?Shoes (Power pop legends) Among those acts on Volume 22 to watch out for include: ?Velvet Starlings (Young upstarts from Los Angeles) ?Bird Streets (Previously unreleased track, featuring Jason Falkner) ?The Top Boost (Great young band from Vancouver) ?Dave Rave (Member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame) ?Peter Holsapple (The dBs main man and pop music icon) ?Van Duren (Power pop legend) ?Kimberley Rew and Lee Cave-Berry (Kimberley is a founding member of The Soft Boys) When mainstream pop/rock fans are played any volume of the IPO compilation, their first response is invariably "this is great; I had no idea people were still making music like this!" Well, they certainly are, and you can find some of the best examples of it on IPO Volume 22.

Christine You're Mean (The Bishop's Daredevil Stunt Club)
Sunshine After Rain (Nick Frater)
Bitter Pills (Velvet Starlings)
Heroine (Danny & the Doorknobs)
They Painted With Their Fingers (Pecker)
Balik Sa Trabaho (Pikal)
The Rabbit (Bird Streets)
(Theme From) Our Street (Slumberjet)
The Wrecking Crew (The Tearaways)
Dance With Me Tonight (Popdudes)
The Amateurs (Suite )
If You Get Home (The Lilacs)
Team No Sleep (Ex Norwegian)
I Will Answer (Wolf Circus)
Free Love (Clover)
Amanda (Joanne Hodges)
The Time & Place (The Pozers)
Goldfinger (Theremin Version) (Blake Jones & the Trike Shop)
I Can't Say (The Morning Line)
Divine (Harrison Clock)
Sorry (The Shudders)
On With the Show (Bane of Starflower)
These Are the Days (Eliaz)
Dreaming (Featroger Joseph Manning Jr.) (The Top Boost)
She (The Brothers Steve)
Oh My Girl (The Sharona)
Lonely Place (Three Hour Tour)
I Was in Love (Jimmy Haber)
Turns to Black (The Vinylos)
Cowboys (The Occasional Orchestra)
Straight to the Blues (Lannie Flowers)
The World Revolves Around Her (Dave Rave)
Commonplace (Peter Holsapple)
Clark Gable (Michael Flaherty)
The Fall (Slyboots)
Clutch (Trotsky Icepick)
Anything (At All) (The Virtues)
Brand New Yesterday (Emperor Penguin)
Heartbreak (Or How to Get Over It) (Rainy Day Crush)
I Know Now (Sue Hedges)
Joy Comes in the Morning (The Jeremy Band)
Harm (The Slang)
There for Me (Reaction)
It Tore Me Up (Jerry Juden)
Mandela (Dirty Echoes)
Life's Too Short (To Drink Cheap Love) (Steve Rosenbaum)
Calendar Street (Ulysses)
Lord Cornelius Plum (The Anderson Council)
London Social Degree (Zombies of the Stratosphere)
Chemical Fire (Van Duren)
Too Much of a Good Thing (Danny Wilkerson)
Bella (Scott Gagner)
Daydream (Magnaphonic)
Flat Cat (Kimberley Rew & Lee Cave-Berry)
Dog George (Morley Bartnof & the Randy Californians)
Best Laid Plans (Strand)
The Ruff Song (The Expected)
Run Away (Alain Pire Experience)
Maybe (The Spylocks)
Rick Moranis (Brenyama)
Waiting for Revolution (Joe Benoit)
For Anyone to Claim (The Details)
Beautiful Dreamer (Butch Young)
She's So the Murderer (The Gentry)
Winners Jump (The Arcadeans)
Do Or Die (The Newds)
Everything With You Is a Travesty (The Carvels Nyc)
Yesterday's Girl Tomorrow (The Pentultimate)
Saturday in the Sunshine (The Last Hurrah)