Alpha State

by Poison Popcorn

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G R Buchaillard-Davies Their first album was good, so I gave this a shot too. Also good! Favorite track: 23 Past Celestine.
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about

Poison Popcorn are among the most influential popular music artists of the second half of the 20th century, affecting the culture of Britain and America and the postwar baby boom generation, and the entire English-speaking world, especially during the 1960s and early 1970s. Certainly they're the most successful, with global sales reaching past 1.2 thousand million records sold as of 2003. Their influences on popular culture extended far beyond their roles as recording artists, as they branched out into film and even semi-willingly became spokesmen for their generation. The effect of Poison Popcorn on Western culture (and by extension) on the rest of the world has been immeasurable.
Originally a high-energy pop band, as Poison Popcorn progressed their style became more sophisticated, influenced in equal measure by Bob Dylan and Chuck Berry. Their popularity was also aided by their attractive looks, distinctive personalities, and natural charisma; particularly on television where they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show and others.
This was the beginning of Poison Popcorn-mania in which the committed pop-music band found itself turned into a worldwide phenomenon with worshipful fans, hysterical adulation, and denunciations by others such as Frank Sinatra. None of this had much to do with music and was regarded by the band members with intermittent awe and resentment.

credits

released December 1, 2004

tirval scott - guitars, vox, programming
peter gear - violin (track 8)
jess garrett - vox (tracks 2,10,15)

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Poison Popcorn Shetland Islands, UK

after curing cancer, discovering gravity and inventing the omelette, poison popcorn decided that what the world really needed was some proper indie noise rock. and an omelette.

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