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“Recommended if you like good power pop, Tom Petty, and pre-Bill Berry leaving R.E.M.”
"Talking To Myself" is a delightful, reverb-filled few minutes of lament and melancholy. This song is really, really good.
“'One by One' is the type of song that could take the blogosphere by storm.”
“This isn’t just one of the strongest albums to come out of New Jersey in 2010, it’s one of the best records of the year, period.”
“A true piece of art. Readymade's second effort Alive on the Vine is by far their best.”
“Readymade Breakup reaches right across the late 60s, with rustic, twangy and guttural songs of distinction and potency.”
“Revel in the Beatlesque melodies, exquisite soulful falsetto, and some crunchy rock on this self-released gem from Asbury Park's kings of power pop.”
“Their guitar hooks resonate with unflappable strength... singer Paul Rosevear’s voice shifts from soft and inviting to explosively vivid in a half-breath... choice piano chords give the melody a twinkling glint.”
“Whether it’s the instantly catchy opening track, “One by One”, the mellow harmonious beauty of “I Don’t Mind”, or the dirty garage-blues rock riff of, “Honey, You Might Be Right,” this album smoothly shifts through the vastness of the vague term pop-rock.”
“Sprightly, organic-sounding indie pop.”
“Fantastic melodies and multi-part harmonies abound as they teeter from mellow alternative, to classic rock and on to power-pop stylings without missing a single beat.”