Good Problems

Good Problems
Astra Heights
Released 2007
Label Universal
Producer David Kahne

Good Problems is the debut album of the Los Angeles-based pop-rock outfit Astra Heights. The group’s Western style of pop-rock has drawn comparisons to The Beatles and early 90’s Oasis. The group’s foundation, the four Morales brothers, teamed up with pop-rock producer David Kahne to produce an album splattered across the board with ranged melodies and rhythmic guitar hooks, backed by Clash-like bass lines. [1]

Track listing

  1. Good People
  2. The March
  3. Choices
  4. The Ride
  5. The Whole World Changes
  6. Flat On The Ground
  7. It's Alright
  8. Burning
  9. Call To The Underground
  10. Never A Reason
  11. Well Farewell
  12. Greg The Illuminator


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