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Hey, Thanks for checking out our music. We have an album finished called Who Stole The Quiet Day (available on itunes) and we'll have another one ready to go in a few months. Please leave any comments, good or bad, as long as they are constructive and literate. Don't be a dick.
Why this name?
Kevin came up with it and since we could not think of a better one that didn't sound like we were complete douches, we kept it.
Do you play live?
We love to play live, but the studio is where we have the most fun.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
Your reading about us and listening to our music, we're nobodies, now were somewhat-bodies.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Only if they asked us nicely and offered huge sums of money and offered us green M & M's at the signing.
THE PINK DELICATES started out in 1995 as THE GWENS, a four piece band steeped in the vocal harmonies of the Everly Brothers and traditions of 60’s pop music. After releasing several singles and the full length album DEVIL’S CLIFF, they disbanded and reformed as THE PINK DELICATES. Main songwriter KEVIN NEBLUNG, a GWENS founding member, is now joined by former late stage Gwens’ players Tony Marchitelli (guitar), Mike Santoro (bass) and John Fedele (drums). There’s still a bit of THE GWENS in their sound, but musically their new album WHO STOLE THE QUIET DAY incorporates many styles of music. From surf (Surf Pajama Party) to pop (Fall Down Stairs, Follow You) to rock (Throwin’ Rocks, Open Door) experimental rock (Sou Del eu Elevado, Harry Knipples) and much more, there’s new stuff to explore with each listen. It’s a record with varied influences that flows together like a great party.
Small Saturday night get togethers, The 60's 70's era Kinks, keg parties with a big fire, Elephant 6, XTC, Velvet Underground, Dane's Mom, Apples in Stereo, Beatles and other bugs.
The G spot.
Fender guitars, Pearl drums, Moog and Nord synths