Quinn, Sam / Fake That Sunk A Thousand Ships, The
Album: Fake That Sunk A Thousand Ships, The   Collection:General
Artist:Quinn, Sam   Added:May 2010
Label:Ramseur Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-03-20 Pull Date: 2011-05-22
Week Ending: May 22 May 15 Apr 17
Airplays: 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. May 20, 2011: Time Traveler
3. Apr 14, 2011: American Beauty
Late The Other Night
2. May 11, 2011: The Independent Mind
4. Mar 19, 2011: There and Back Again
Late The Other Night

Album Review
Kyle Vandenberg
Reviewed 2011-03-10
Sam Quinn: The Fake That Sunk A Thousand Ships: Acoustic rock with a hint of country twang; quavery vocals, kind of like Stevie Nicks. Melodies are nice, though not unpredictable, and get old by the end of the album. Lots of ballad-type tracks here. FCC clean.. Try 1, 9, 7
1) Regret, deep regret. This track’s instrumentals may not sound it, but the vocals definitely do.
2) Deliberate & slow drums, melancholic vocals.
3) More weeping guitars and purposeful drums.
4) Background female vocals, slightly off-key lead vocals? At least it sounds off-putting.
5) Plodding vocals, strummed guitar chords.
6) Same ol’, same ol’
7) Some honky tonk piano! Albeit pretty low-tempo.
8) Some violin, a nice change from the rest of the cloned tracks.
9) Tambourine, more upbeat than the rest of the album!
10) Just guitar and crooning, as acoustic as it gets.
Kyle Vandenberg

Track Listing
1. Hello   6. Gun
2. Fanboy   7. Mardi Gras
3. So Strong   8. Help Me
4. Suite Motown   9. Late The Other Night
5. Strange Wave   10. River