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  1. Chicago's Smoking Popes have Amy Heckerling's "Clueless" to thank for their "Need You Around" becoming somewhat of a familiar hit. While many were quick to compare singer Josh Caterer to Morrissey because of their shared penchant for emotionally overwrought singing, the band more closely resembles a union of Cheap Trick's Power Pop and the lyrical self .
  2. General Commentsmoking popes is the band i most wish was still together, (sexy) well whatever tickles your pickle latterr mange dinosauron General CommentBad Astronaut does a cover of this song i believe it was on a Smoking Popes tribute album JeffKaos71on February 02, .
  3. Within the Smoking Popes, Josh Caterer found the band's music to be incongruent with his newfound Christian beliefs. This combination forced Josh to publicly announce the band's breakup in early The band, still needing to deliver on their three-album contract, released the covers album The Party's Over, which Capitol rejected.
  4. The discography of the Smoking Popes, a Chicago-based pop punk band, consists of six studio albums, two live albums, two compilation albums, six EPs, five singles, one video album, and four music videos.. The Smoking Popes were founded in by brothers Josh and Matt Caterer, with Josh on vocals and guitar and Matt on bass guitar. With drummer Dave Martens they .
  5. Smoking Popes discography and songs: Music profile for Smoking Popes, formed Genres: Pop Punk, Power Pop, Indie Rock. Albums include Born to Quit, Clueless, and Destination Failure.
  6. Explore releases from Smoking Popes at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Smoking Popes at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. The official Smoking Popes band website. Our new album "Into The Agony" is now available on Asian Man Records! It's the first full-length studio album with our original lineup in 20 years!!
  8. The 7" Smoking Popes 2 and their first album Get Fired document the growth of Josh Caterer's songwriting and guitar playing, as exemplified by great songs like "Stars" and "Let's Hear It for Love." Tracks like these are the Smoking Popes at their best, as Josh Caterer's smooth vocals slide effortlessly over the band's distorted canvas. The last.

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