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Hailing from Philadelphia, Jukebox the Ghost writes a fresh breed of melodic pop tunes driven by fiery rock momentum. With quirky lyrics and inventive songwriting, fans and critics have drawn parallels with the pop sensibility of Elvis Costello, the flamboyance of Queen, the wit of They Might Be Giants, and the creative rock of The Flaming Lips.

Jukebox the Ghost is a Washington, D.C.-born, Brooklyn-based three-piece rock…

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  • I mean, they're great other than the constant screaming girls from the audience. [2] I should say, I definitely don't mind that there are young girls in the audience (having been one once), it is the screaming that I don't like (much harder to hear).
  • I mean, they're great other than the constant screaming girls from the audience.
  • Their live show recordings are pretty fun, the banter is short, sweet, and funny. I wish they'd tour near me.
  • I heard Adulthood in the local Save A Lot today, I was pleasantly surprised.
  • nice tunes)
  • The Spiritual is such a hard-hitter.
  • I'm a bit disappointed with the new album, the lyrics are very forgettable and some of the tracks are way too similar. It doesn't show Ben's piano skills off well either. There's a couple of great tracks on there though in Hollywood and The Great Unknown.
  • I reviewed the new album and would love to hear everyone's thoughts. http://thealtvibe.tumblr.com/post/100862571686/album-review-jukebox-the-ghost-jukebox-the-ghost
  • I think The Great Unknown might be their push to get on the radio. Come back in a few months to find out...great song nonetheless!
  • The new album is adorable and I really liked a few tracks. It doesn't look like these guys are going to progress anywhere past light-hearted piano driven power pop at this point, but at least I know what to expect.

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