Pop Goes The TARDIS

geek pop  nerd pop  geek rock  nerd rock  trock 

Pop Goes The TARDIS
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Pop Goes The TARDIS is a geek pop album of Doctor Who inspired songs with enough Easter eggs & silliness to satisfy any Whovian.

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Pop Goes The TARDIS is an album of Doctor Who inspired songs by Australian, geek pop singer-songwriter Meri Amber. From the a capella introduction to the "nerdcore rap" finish, there is enough to keep any Whovian satisfied.

Of course, as any time lord rocker (or popper as the case may be) would desire, there are plenty of Easter eggs hidden within each song to be discovered over time. The tracks include everything from vocal overlays to chipsounds and retro synths, from original numbers to parodies and even a mash up of a number of songs that make a guest appearance on the show.

Whilst the album begins a capella it quickly delves into a more typical geek pop range of numbers. For 'Exterminate' a more grand arrangement ensues (as is expected for a song about Daleks), 'Two Hearts' takes a delve into a more bluesy region, 'New Companion' gets a Latin flavour and 'Doctor Stylin' spins a dance beat on.

Topics covered in the songs for you to trock out to include everything from Doctor Who catchphrases, monsters, companions, themes and outfits. There's a little bit of the old and a little bit of the new to cater for any sort of fan.

Credits

The songs were not only written by Meri Amber but recorded, performed (all instruments), produced and mastered by her. The photography for the album art was shot by Patrick Catanzariti and the album art design was a collaboration between Meri Amber and Patrick Catanzariti.

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