The critics speak on The Breetles' WRITERSCRAMP: '...a lot of fun...Breetveld comes across as an American, more power-pop (Martin) Newell.....immediately, drop-dead catchy...' - Jack Rabid, THE BIG TAKEOVER issue 46 May 2000 '...one record you'll never forget. ... wildly imaginative and decidedly quirky ' - Ken Sharp, FRIDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK May 2000 THE ROCK REPORT '...an artist whose timeless influences he has equaled, if not surpassed.' - Roy Abrams, The INSIDE CONNECTION April 2000 '...a delightful record, full of benevolent eccentricities that you'll never tire of.' - David Bash, DISCOVERIES '....as solid and charming a full length recording as has been released thus far in 2000.' - Rick Schadlebauer, AMPLIFIER #18 '...odd, witty, at times brilliant melodic punk/pop....' - Peter Spencer, The STAR-LEDGER 4/16/00 '... breezy melodies, billowy harmonies and extravagant orchestrations.... one of the more robust and refreshing albums in recent memory.' - Lee Zimmerman, GOLDMINE 4/21/00 '...a true pop music genius.....' - Paul Anderson, ENTERTAINMENT TODAY/ & CONSUMABLE 'Easily one of the best pop CDs thus far released this year. This is a giant blast of sincere and pleasing melodies and superb arrangements.' - bABYsUE Magazine 'a fantastic album that won't cramp your style.' - K.Y., HITS ' 'Their Day' is still as perfect a song as I know: melody, harmony, mystery, pathos, dynamics, groove...for this song alone you should be immortal...' - Lane Steinberg (NOEL COWARD'S GHOST) '...music that challenges definition at every turn... prepare yourself for a remarkable discovery. ' - Claudio Sossi SHAKE IT UP!
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