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The Bazillions in Minnesota Monthly (Feb ’11).

Heads or Tales…it’s a dozen nifty pop songs that tell stories, even if one or two of those stories are about – gasp! – math. Recommended.

Stefan Shepherd,

Every track on The Bazillions first album, Rock-n-Roll Recess, is spot on – from the cheery opening song, Good Morning to the gentle closing track, Goodbye, the group’s rousing harmonies and pop/rock sound is a winner. Add the fact that the songs move beyond the standard serving of animal and alphabet ditties and into hardcore kid territory (macaroni cheese, hotted-up bikes and messy rooms) and I can’t fault it.

If you’ve ever met a five-year-old, you know the attention span of a kindergartner tends to be in the range of 12 seconds. Unless, that is, said kindergartner is under the melodic spell of Adam Marshall’s catchy tunes.

Ashle Briggs Horton,

Rock-n-Roll Recess is exactly what a children’s music album should be. It doesn’t preach or demean, and it never goes for the low-hanging fruit. If you’d rather share with your kids well-written, beautifully recorded songs about prepositions, careers and imagination that the traditional fare of animals, ABCs and “The Wheels on the Bus,” then The Bazillions are just the band for you.

Ken Denmead, GEEKDAD on

There’s a lot of great music on their CD. I’m excited to have them [at Rock The Cradle.]

Barb Abney, 89.3 The Current

Another Minneapolis kindie band, another amazing song, another great new video. The Bazillions deliver an eye-catching, paper-mache animated video for “Super Sonic Rocket Bike”, the standout track from their debut album “Rock-n-Roll Recess”. This tune (and the rest of the CD) is pitch-perfect twangy indie pop rock a la Matthew Sweet.

Jeff Bogle,

“Super Sonic Rocket Bike and Tommy Got In Trouble are two great songs, worthy of great kid-popsters like Justin Roberts.”

Rock-n-Roll Recess — Top Ten Debut Albums of 2010
Tommy Got In Trouble — Top Twenty Songs of 2010

Stefan Shepherd,

…Songwriters Adam and Kristin Marshall know how to create hooks that are irresistible to kids and parents alike.

Myles McDonnell, You Know, For Kids

This band…knows how to write a memorable, catchy tune that will stand out in the iPod mix.

“…perfect for the younger generation. Their lyrics are witty and silly and, above all else, they rock!”

“The Bazillions knock it out of the park with their debut video from the new album.”

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