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October 18, 2007 | Kevin Bronson
Talk about Dad Rock: "One Track Mind," the sophomore album (out digitally Tuesday) from L.A. trio Something for Rockets, features a guest turn from front man Rami Perlman's father -- violin virtuoso Itzhak Perlman. "He's been our No. 1 fan from Day 1," Rami says. "When writing the record, I kinda knew I wanted him to be involved." Enter the wistful song "Same Old Thing," which Rami describes as "like a Puccini aria, almost schmaltzy on some level." In L.A.
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February 27, 2004 | Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
Rami Perlman, the singer and main songwriter of the rock band Something for Rockets, stands at a microphone in a small West L.A. rehearsal room, meshing his electric guitar with an electronic groove programmed by his partner Josh Eichenbaum and the beat of a human drummer, Barry Davis.
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March 17, 2005 | Dean Kuipers, Special to The Times
The instant Whitestarr swarms the Viper Room stage, it's a party. Girls are crushed up against the stage; lots of drinks are going down. Maybe it's just that they're playing up every classic rock stereotype to the point where you don't know if this is serious or a genius parody. Maybe it's just the way frontman Cisco Adler comes on for the group's Tuesday night "Rock Show" residency like Jim Dandy to the rescue in his low-cut flares, long curly hair, whippet-like torso and dirty little mustache.
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