Music Review – Sunday Night Scene, Amercia’s Playmate

Music Review – Sunday Night Scene, Amercia’s Playmate

Sunday Night Scene, America’s Playmate – Sunday Night Scene is led by Jimme Coccaro and is his vehicle for bringing pop music to the mid-teens. I was hoping this record would veer away from the usual clichés but America’s Playmate will drive the kids crazy as it has all the ingredients for becoming a major […]

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Sunday Night Scene, America’s Playmate – Sunday Night Scene is led by Jimme Coccaro and is his vehicle for bringing pop music to the mid-teens. I was hoping this record would veer away from the usual clichés but America’s Playmate will drive the kids crazy as it has all the ingredients for becoming a major hit. Opening with the dance-y, sing-along single “Hip Hip Horray,” the album has nowhere to go but the obvious. You have the reflective (which means down tempo) “Chance of a Lifetime,” the syrupy ballad “Postcards” and a few more hard driving party songs with lots of “Oh-Ohhh’s” and “Do Do Doooos.” Overall, SNS are just a harmless, fun pop band and the record is catchy with a very positive outlook on life. However, I cannot overlook the annoying auto-tuning effect used on every vocal track. This effect ruins a pretty standard pop album and when I hear musicians use this frequently I think two things – 1: You are not T-Pain; and 2: You can’t sing worth a damn. (Chamberlain Records)


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  • you dont have a clue what your talking about sunday night scene’s music is refreshing to any one who wants to get away from music that has become annoying…jim sets his music to reality unlike the same old crap that has been playing on the radio. Words and music make a song dont worry about effects they all do that..you should know half of these singers cant even sing this guy can. Sorry dude you should not be in charge of reviewing music get a real job.

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