WAV $ 9.99
LP $ 15.00
CD $ 12.00
Power Pop Bundle $ 47.00 Sold out
Tomorrow's Coming Buy
Jimmy Says Buy
Spin Me Around Buy
Lies Buy
My Back Pages Buy
Rainy Day Girl Buy
If You Let Her Go Buy
Own Little World Buy
Lost Without A Sound Buy
Girl Trouble Buy
Amplitude Modulation Buy
Kristine Buy
Down At The Dirt Buy
She's So Cynical Buy
Dream Girls Buy
Hearts Breakin' (Demo) Buy
Someday (Demo) Buy
New Kind Of Line (Demo) Buy
Like Falling In Love (Demo) Buy
Take A Chance (Demo) Buy
It's Your Fire (Demo) Buy
Summer Girls (Demo) Buy
Girl Trouble (Demo) Buy
No Sale (Demo) Buy
Be My Baby (Demo) Buy
She's So Cynical (Demo) Buy
Kristine (Sunnyside Studio Demo) Buy
Amplitude Modulation (Guitar Demo) Buy
  • Power Pop Bundle includes Manikins From Broadway to Blazes, The Modulators Tomorrow's Coming, and Smart Remarks Foreign Fields: 1982 - 1984

Formed in 1980, New Jersey’s the Modulators are one of the unsung greats of the American power pop scene. Initially the solo project of multi-instrumentalist Joe Riccardello with help from producer/ lyricist (and Vintage Vinyl Records owner) Rob Roth, Ricardello released his first single Girl Trouble in 1980 just before bringing on friends Mark Higgins (guitar) and Mark “Cakes” Westlake (drums) to join the band. As a fully-formed trio, the Modulators began playing out across New Jersey in the early 80’s and recorded tracks for two local compilations and the band’s second, enduring single She’s So Cynical in 1982. Live gigs and songwriting continued, with the band often writing and recording more material than their release schedule could keep up with. Finally in 1984, the band released their first and only LP, Tomorrow’s Coming on Roth’s Vintage Vinyl Records. Full of timeless gems and quintessential 80’s power pop anthems, the record is now regarded as a genre classic by power pop collectors. Tracks like “Spin Me Around,” “If You Let Her Go,” and “Lost Without a Sound” display the Modulators’ smart songwriting, catchy hooks, and effortless pop sensibility. Though the band continued to play the Tri-State area until 1986 (and every now and then since), Tomorrow’s Coming was the Modulator’s last vinyl release. Bringing together the band’s entire discography with an additional 14 unreleased songs and demo tracks and liner notes from power pop collector Steve Borchardt, Manufactured Recordings is proud to present the definitive release of this power pop classic.  

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