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ObviousPopCast Episode 26 - More New Music!

Podcast Episode 26 of the ObviousPopCast is here with 55 minutes of new music and mayhem. This episode features new music from White Lies, Bleu, Kyle Andrews and more! Stream or download it right now as a high quality MP3, and best of all it's free!


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EPISODE 26 TRACK LISTING (includes intro track and music bed songs)

Song Title - Album - Artist

Anna Hola (opening liner) - Anna Shore

OPC Main Theme Full Version 3 - Obvious Popcast Remasters - Ian Tanner

OPC Full Instrumental Version - Obvious Popcast Remasters - Ian Tanner

B.O.S.T.O.N. - Four - Bleu

I Can Lift a Car - I Want! I Want! - Walk the Moon

Qwerty Finger - Man Alive- Everything Everything

Ethan's Theme - Due Date (Original Soundtrack) - Christopher Beck

Bigger Than Us - Bigger Than Us (single) - White Lies

Now You Can Play Along With Us - Hey Won't Somebody Come And Play? - The Bran Flakes

Golden Years - The Weight's On the Wheels - The Russian Futurists

We Were Colors - Bombs Away/We Were Colors (single) - Kyle Andrews

Glaucoma - Due Date (Original Soundtrack) - Christopher Beck

When We First Met - Would It Kill You? - Hellogoodbye

The Expert - The Champion and His Burning Flame

Gonzo Break - Tony Shore's Liners - Hunter S. Thompson

Sleep Above The Covers - Farrah - Farrah

Derezzed – Derezzed (single) - Daft Punk

Snowflakes - Snowflakes (single) - Jeremy Fisher

Stitch Me Up - Aim and Ignite (Deluxe Video Version) - Fun.

This Town Is Starting to Make Me Angry - This Town…(single) - Josh Fix

In the End - IRM (Version deluxe) - Charlotte Gainsbourg

Fuguefat - Hexadecagon - The Octopus Project





Bad Day for Power Pop

November 24th is a bad day for fans of power pop, especially power pop on the internet. Not Lame is calling it quits. is one of the greatest places to find out about power pop and to order independent and hard to find CD's. Bruce Brodeen has been a champion of this genre and for geeks like me a serious inspiration. He help me when I had label and has helped numerous artists like Doug Powell and Rick Altizer release and sell their music. This is a niche genre in an ever changing and suffering music industry so it shouldn't come as a shock but it's definitely not a good thing. Watch the video from Bruce below. It sounds like he's going to continue to push the genre in other ways online which is the one bit of good news here... It would be tough to find a more geniune and good person than Bruce. Please watch this video...