Power Ballads (Aqueduct album)

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Power Ballads
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Studio album by Aqueduct
Released February 25, 2003
Genre Indie pop, lo-fi
Length 49:37
Label aqueductisgoodmusic
Aqueduct chronology
Power Ballads
(2003)
Pistols at Dawn
(2004)Pistols at Dawn2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Power Ballads is the debut album by Aqueduct. It was recorded by Trent Bell at Bell Labs (Flaming Lips, Starlight Mints) and self-released on February 25, 2003. After releasing the album, frontman David Terry relocated to Seattle, Washington. Twelve hours after Terry's arrival in Seattle, Aqueduct opened for Modest Mouse.[2] Ben Gibbard (of Death Cab For Cutie) subsequently recommended Aqueduct to Barsuk Records, who signed the band and released Pistols at Dawn in 2004.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Assignment #1: Heart Design"
  2. "Growing Up With GNR"
  3. "Try It Now!"
  4. "Post Rock and Slightly Seasoned"
  5. "Revolving Door/Mike Tyson's Punch-Out"
  6. "Frantic (Harrison Ford Version)"
  7. "Social Scenic"
  8. "Krushed"
  9. "Bummer"

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