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267 Pure Juice by Summercamp

Pure Juice

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Chris Shaw, Summercamp
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Summercamp's lone album Pure Juice runs the gamut from syrupy power-pop to grungy thumpers and big rock ballads

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We’ve got a requested review this week, and to help us revisit his request, we invited Brandon Trammell, guitarist for Braidedveins and Kid Brother Collective on to talk about his pick - 1997′s Pure Juice by Summercamp. After an independent release under a different name, this was the only album released by the band, and it runs the gamut from syrupy power-pop to grungy thumpers and big rock ballads. There are some real diamonds in this rough to be discovered, but also a few lumps of coal. Is it a worthy record? Tune in to find out.

Does This album bring back some great vibes?

Remember when you first discovered this album? We’re grateful to dig into these hidden gems and bring them the attention they deserve. Your support helps us uncover more albums deserve another moment in the spotlight.

Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Drawer
  • 14:42 - Nowhere Near
  • 28:24 - Should I Walk Away
  • 39:00 - Ninety Nine
  • 49:25 - Two Shades of Gray
  • Outro - Keep An Eye On You

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