Manna (You Say You Believe)


Manna (You Say You Believe)
Performed By Splitsville
Album UPC 643609905828
CD Baby Track ID 1044090
Label Big Deal Records
Released 1998-01-01
BPM 86
Rated 0
ISRC ushm20525981
Year 1998
Spotify Plays 1,209
Writer Splitsville
Pub Co Ugly American Music/BMI
Composer Splitsville
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Publishing Grant
Rights One-Stop: Master + 100% Pub Grant
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country United States - Maryland


A blast of pure pop-rock adrenaline, backed up with great singing and harmonies. Repeater has been called, "...a smorgasbord of great pop influenced equally by The Beatles, The Zombies, Queen, and the harder side of The Jam."


The follow up to "Ultrasound", "Repeater" is a more crafted and cerebral outing that concerns itself with the realities of adulthood. Splitsville's third album earned rave reviews among critics that marveled at "Repeater's" multifaceted sound. Sarah Zupko of called "Repeater", "...a huge leap forward. It's rather like when Radiohead graduated from the mediocre Pablo Honey to The Bends."

"Repeater" contains straight ahead rockers ("Dayjob", "Dumb and Satisfied"), echoes of Ziggy-era Bowie ("Manna"), sardonic commentary ("Big Red Sun", "The First Thing About Regret"), and even a tinge of baroque pop ("The Master of Space and Time").

Throw Splitsville's patented harmonies into the mix and you've got an album that will scratch every audio itch.

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