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Super No One

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"Review of Food For Coral"

SMOTHER MAGAZINE, May 2006
http://www.smother.net/reviews/modernrock.php3?ID=1625

Engineered by Ron Lowe who has a resume that includes the likes of Zwan, Wilco, Smoking Popes, and Smashing Pumpkins, “Food For Coral” is a luxurious pop album filled to the brim with clever arrangements. Vocally it soars at a higher echelon with thick melodic voices and nice layering. The songs are your typical pop-rock affairs but are masterful enough to conquer mainstream radio with a Coldplay type efficiency.
- J-Sin (Link to this music review)
- Smother Magazine


Discography

Food For Coral (2006)

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Bio

Chicago-based alternative rock band SUPER NO ONE was formed by vocalist Tim Bolin and guitarist Ken Koskela who were previously chosen by VH-1 as one of five “best unsigned bands” in the U.S. They teamed up with bassist Chip Znuff (of Enuff Znuff) and drummer Jason Batchko (formerly of Caviar) to record SUPER NO ONE’s debut album Food For Coral. Food For Coral was engineered and produced at Chicago Recording Company by Ron Lowe, whose long list of engineering credits includes Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, Wilco, and Smoking Popes, among others.

Super No One was inspired by the great "pre-grunge" alternative rock bands of the early 90s. A very original mix of American and English rock with great melody lines and cool guitar hooks.

SUPER NO ONE has just received its first published review by Smother Magazine, which says “ ‘Food For Coral’ is a luxurious pop album filled to the brim with clever arrangements. Vocally it soars at a higher echelon with thick melodic voices and nice layering. The songs are your typical pop-rock affairs but are masterful enough to conquer mainstream radio with a Coldplay type efficiency.”