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Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing includes digital download. New Orleans natives Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer struck up a friendship in high school and formed Generationals in 2008. Though their retro vibe bears the influence of Phil Spector's mid-century pop, Generationals' sound is wide-ranging and diverse, incorporating elements of Britpop, dance and electronic music. Above all, with each release the band continues zeroing in on their strong suit: superior pop songwriting. To celebrate it's 10-year anniversary, Generationals' beloved debut album, 2009's Con Law triumphantly returns to print (colored 180g LP) after years of being unavailable on vinyl. Features the band's breakout hit "When They Fight, They Fight" and many other fan favorites. Oranges Band founder Daniel Black engineered and produced the record in the style of his heroes - George Martin, Phil Spector, Jeff Lynn, and Quincy Jones - with meticulous attention to detail and a willingness to make the recordings sound old. The result is one of those "first record" moments that blissfully wills it's listeners into repeat listens even a decade later!
Nobody Could Change Your Mind , Angry Charlie , Faces in the Dark , When They Fight, They Fight , Our Time (2 Shine) , Wildlife Sculpture , Bobby Beale , Exterior-Street-Day , It Keeps You Up , These Habits