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Old Traditions, New Standards is the debut album from the indiepop band Tullycraft. It was produced by Pat Maley. Tracks were recorded at Avast Studios in Seattle, WA and mixed at Yoyo Studios in Olympia, Washington. The album was originally released on Harriet Records out of Cambridge, MA. Perhaps the band's best known song "Pop Songs Your New Boyfriend's Too Stupid To Know About" first appeared on this LP. Robynn Iwata from the band cub provided guest vocals on the song "Josie," and Chris Munford from the band Incredible Force of Junior provided guest vocals on the song "Mental Obsession." The album reached #22 on the CMJ Top 200 chart. The song "Pop Songs Your New Boyfriend's Too Stupid to Know About" was listed as essential listening in Pitchfork Media's 2005 article on Twee Pop entitled "Twee as Fuck."
1. Willie Goes To The Seashore
3. Mental Obsession
4. Wish I'd Kept A Scrapbook
5. Superboy & Supergirl
8. Pop Songs Your New Boyfriend's Too Stupid To Know About
9. Then Again, Maybe I Don't
10. Meet Me In Las Vegas
11. Cammy & The Count
12. Miracles Are Hard To Find
In 2007 the song "Sweet" was used in a television commercial for the hot-dog
The Singles is a singles, b-sides and rarities compilation CD from the indiepop band Tullycraft. It compiles early seven inch singles & split singles, compilation tracks, and a couple live radio performances. The majority of the songs were recorded during the period between the band’s first two albums, Old Traditions, New Standards and City of Subarus.
Every Scene Needs A Center is the fifth studio album from the indiepop band Tullycraft. Arguably, the band’s most ambitious album, Every Scene Needs A Center ranges from punky bursts to mid-tempo near-ballads. The band spent over a year working on the mini-epic album, splitting time between a professional recording studio and their own studio, recording entirely on analog tape. The album reached #29 on the CMJ Top 200 chart in 2008.
All tracks by Tullycraft except where noted.
In 2010 the song “The Punks Are Writing Love Songs” appeared in an episode of the CBS television series The Good Wife.
Beat Surf Fun is the third studio album from the indiepop band Tullycraft. The entire album was recorded on analog tape at a practice space the band rented in Ballard, WA. It is the first record the band released on Magic Marker Records based in Portland, OR. The album included the single "Wild Bikini" and the international indiepop hit "Twee." Beat Surf Fun also marks the first appearance of vocalist, Jenny Mears, who would eventually join Tullycraft. The design of the CD back card can be confusing since it lists the title of the album on the sides as "Fun Beat Surf" and "Surf Beat Fun" respectively.
All tracks by Tullycraft except where noted.
City of Subarus is the second album from the indiepop band Tullycraft. Chris Munford from the band Incredible Force of Junior joined Tullycraft prior to the recording of this album, making the three piece a foursome. On this sophomore release, Tullycraft introduced electronic beats and a somewhat surprising punk-ish sound that wasn't present on their much beloved debut Old Traditions, New Standards. The entire record was self-recorded using an Otari MX5050 8-track analog tape machine at a house rented by Munford and drummer Jeff Fell. The house was located across the street from a Subaru dealership, inspiring the album's title. Jen Abercrombie from the Los Angeles band Rizzo provided additional vocals on many of the songs.
1. 8 Great Ways
3. Ticket Tonight
4. Crush This Town
6. Miss Douglas County
7. Actives & Pledges
8. The Lives of Cleopatra
9. Bee Sting Stings
10. Vacation in Christine, ND
Disenchanted Hearts Unite is the fourth studio album from the indiepop band Tullycraft. The band recorded half of the album at Soundhouse Studios in Seattle, and the other half in guitarist, Chris Munford’s living room. Jenny Mears provided additional vocals on many of the songs, and Corianton Hale also made a guest appearance. Shortly after the recording of the Disenchanted Hearts Unite, lead guitarist, Harold Hollingsworth left the group and both Mears & Hale joined the band. Jen Abercrombie from the Los Angeles band Rizzo, who had contributed vocals to the City of Subarus album, appeared on the songs “Fall 4 U” and “Building The Robot.” The album reached #33 on the CMJ Top 200 chart in 2005. At the end of 2009, Disenchanted Hearts Unite appeared on a number of 'Best Albums of the Decade' lists.
2. Our Days In Kansas
3. Every Little Thing
4. Leaders Of The New School
5. The Last Song
6. Molly's Got A Crush On Us [live]
7. Polaroids From Mars
8. Rumble With The Gang Debs
9. Fall 4 U
10. Girl About Town
11. Building The Robot
12. Secretly Minnesotan