The Sequels
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The Sequels

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The best kept secret in music


"Pop culture song of lists!"

Cool bass riff driving this, with sparse guitar chord hits, nicely supported by a really tight drum part. Pretty nifty rhythmically.

The lyrics are funny and cool, raking over lists of pop singers, t.v. history, and general pop "moments," a sort of ironic anthem for the MTV generation.

A catchy little chorus, sort of like early Bowie with minimalist production. Quite a hoot, overall, nothing earthshaking, but very cool and fun, with a very tight groove from the band, and an understated vocal that does what it should without trying to "play up" the humour aspect.

- Edward_of_Sim
Chorley, Lancashire, United Kingdom
September 26th, 2005
Review of The Sequels' "Ode To My Generation" -


"Revenge of the Sequels" is now available. Email Scott at to get it!

Check out three cuts from the CD by clicking the audio button above.

We also have two live cuts on the Underground's ( "Fall Brawl '05" compilation CD.

Also, check us out at

The Sequels have just been invited to join the Rumblefish ( team of artists!!!


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Sequels is a band that engages the audience on four levels: emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual. If you simply want to rock, you won't be disappointed. But, if you want something beyond rock-n-roll, the Sequels will take you to another level.

Established in the autumn of 2004, the Sequels hail from the Greater Cincinnati area. Singer/songwriter/guitarist Scott's earliest influences include the Electric Mayhem (house band on the Muppet Show) and Elvis Presley. More recently, U2, the Police and Brian Setzer (among others) have left their imprint on his style.

Bassist Steve is not ashamed to admit that Heart and the Go-Go's left him speechless as a teenager. His equalizing grooves and engaging personality provide the solid foundation to the Sequels, both on and off the stage.

Dan is a monster behind the drum kit. With experience playing in punk bands and in church, Dan gives the Sequels their mesmerizing backbeats, reminiscent of Stewart Copeland of the Police.

With catchy alterna-pop tunes and dynamic stage presence, the Sequels define the new rock-n-roll power trio.