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Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Hailing from Chicago, Retirement Party is a gang of young pups excited to take over the music community one riff at a time. Self-described as bullshit pop music, the band's debut LP Somewhat Literate was originally issued on Counter Intuitive Records in 2018. "These songs aren't afraid to fuck shit up, and tracks like "The Big Boom" and "Jericho" live up to their larger-than-life titles, with hooks that drag you along with them. And while the trio does lovingly pull from their shared musical history, from Green Day to Chumped and everything in between, their chemistry let's them do some really exciting stuff with those influences" (Stereogum).
Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Hailing from Chicago, Retirement Party is a gang of young pups excited to take over the music community one riff at a time. Self-described as bullshit pop music, the band's debut LP Somewhat Literate was originally issued on Counter Intuitive Records in 2018. "These songs aren't afraid to fuck shit up, and tracks like "The Big Boom" and "Jericho" live up to their larger-than-life titles, with hooks that drag you along with them. And while the trio does lovingly pull from their shared musical history, from Green Day to Chumped and everything in between, their chemistry let's them do some really exciting stuff with those influences" (Stereogum).
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Somewhat Literate
Artist: Retirement Party
Format: Vinyl
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Limited orange colored vinyl LP pressing. Hailing from Chicago, Retirement Party is a gang of young pups excited to take over the music community one riff at a time. Self-described as bullshit pop music, the band's debut LP Somewhat Literate was originally issued on Counter Intuitive Records in 2018. "These songs aren't afraid to fuck shit up, and tracks like "The Big Boom" and "Jericho" live up to their larger-than-life titles, with hooks that drag you along with them. And while the trio does lovingly pull from their shared musical history, from Green Day to Chumped and everything in between, their chemistry let's them do some really exciting stuff with those influences" (Stereogum).

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