Sometime Things Go Wrong (and other songs we shouldn't play)

by The Worst Pop Band Ever

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Tjarko Busink
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Tjarko Busink I can't remember how I've stumbled upon this band, but man, they are FUN! The totally unexpected (and funny) turntable solo on If You Want Me To Stay made me very happy. I bought the entire discography. as I appreciate the combination of a high level of musicianship ánd a sense of humour a lot. The other albums are quite interesting, excellent and well produced too. Full of unexpected influences. Highly recommended for fans of The Bad Plus, Brad Mehldau, Tin Men and The Telephone, Sex Mob etc... Favorite track: If You Want Me to Stay.
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Recorded live at in Vancouver on our "the 2nd Worst Canadian Tour Ever" in 2011. No one was hurt... too badly.

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released March 5, 2012

Chris Gale - squawks
Adrean Farrugia - careless whispers
Drew Birston - brown notes
LEO37 - lectures
Tim Shia - insolence

Recorded live at Cory Weed's Cellar Jazz Club in Vancouver by Chris Davis, March 2011.
Mixed and Mastered by John Poon at Doomed Tunes Studio.
Album Art by Howie Shia

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The Worst Pop Band Ever Toronto, Ontario

With influences ranging from Wayne Shorter to Levon Helm to J Dilla, this Toronto based group tries to combine a love of jazz and indie pop. Whether it be blending acoustic bass with turntables or analog synths with the saxophone, the WPBE sets out to twist & bend both originals and covers, straddling genres and butting heads with expectation. The ugly lovechild of Miles Davis & Radiohead. ... more

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