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"The Aeronautical Legends - Rocketeer LP Review"

The Aeronautical Legends
By Jason Bracelin

The Aeronautical Legends main man Joshua Dennison has a voice so soft and fragile, it sounds as if it could be bruised by a stiff breeze. The only thing more tender is his heart, as evidenced by the yearning acoustic pop of his debut, Rocketeer.

In a pretty, plaintive coo, Dennison sings of boxers, alchemists, and butterflies, all looking for love and mostly finding it. Any pangs of heartache are ultimately resolved against a mild acoustic strum that occasionally works itself into a power-pop lather on tunes like "Pilot to Gunner" and the album's hidden bonus track. Comparisons to Coldplay and Fountains of Wayne or inevitable, but Rocketeer boasts neither the ostentation of the former nor the dry, sardonic wit of the latter. Instead, the album is so sunny, you could warm your hands on it. - Cleveland Scene, March 23, 2005


The First LP "Rocketeer" spawned some positive college radio play in a campaign this past fall, but the second LP currently being committed to tape will prove to be the raison d'etre for The Aeronautical Legends.



The Aeronautical Legends is the stage name of Joshua Dennison, a 27 year old songwriter from rural Ohio. Weened on healthy doses of Oasis, Fountains of Wayne, Ben Folds Five, and Travis, sugary sweet melodies seldom heard in today's modern music set this project apart from the angst-ridden mainstream crowd.

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