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R2 review of PAUL COLLINS “Feel The Noise”

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PAUL COLLINS’ “Feel The Noise” on Goldmine’s Top 20 Releases Of 2014

18. Paul Collins – “Feel the Noise” One of the last of the class of ’79 who continues to proudly wave the power pop flag, Paul Collins is still down in the trenches, touring across the country and beyond and releasing excellent records such as this. Collins rocks like a man half his age on […]

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HOLLIS BROWN, RADIO MOSCOW & PAUL COLLINS made The Record Changer top ten list of 2014

1. Gets Loaded – Hollis Brown (Alive) 2. Nobody’s Baby – Miriam (Norton) 3. Trilogy – Chick Corea Trio (Concord Jazz) 4. The Endless River – Pink Floyd (Columbia) 5. The Breeze: An Appreciation of J.J. Cale – Eric Clapton & Friends (Surfdog) 6. Hypnotic Eye – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (Reprise) 7. Going […]

PAUL COLLINS’ Rock & Roll Extravaganza

PAUL COLLINS’ JANUARY 2015 TOUR DATES January 8th Louisville @Zanzabar w/Bad Star January 9th Milwaukee @Bremen Café w/Prognosis Negative, Ramma Lamma & Indonesian Junk January 10th Cedar Falls @Octopus w/Twins & The Blendours January 12 Lincoln @ZOO Bar Lefty’s Records w/ Ron Wax & Two Headed Dog Tour starts with The Rich Hands Jan 14 […]

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SPACE CITY ROCK review of PAUL COLLINS “Feel The Noise”

The album ends with an unexpected one-two punch; first, there’s a stellar cover of the Four Tops’ classic “Reach Out I’ll Be There,” which holds tight to the heartfelt soul of the original while grinding down the song’s edge to something that’s more jagged and roughened. Collins and company come off like distant cousins to […]

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Elmore Magazine review of PAUL COLLINS “Feel The Noise”

Power-pop is one of the most contradictory forms in rock n’ roll. A genre designed to mine from the best parts of early Beatles and Beach Boy harmonies, Pete Townsend’s massive guitar jangle and sweetness and simplicity of The Everly Brothers, power-pop is so expertly enjoyable that it is rarely present in the world of […]

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The energy that Collins and his band (producer Jim Diamond on bass and electric guitar, Eddie Baranek on electric guitar and David Shettler on drums supplementing Collins’ own rhythm guitar playing) display through this album is breathtaking. The band storm through the songs. Even on tracks like ‘With a Girl Like You’ where Collins and […]

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