Fake Problems – Real Ghosts Caught on Tape

January 01, 1970







And you thought the only groups to come out
of Naples, FL were geriatric cover bands that back up
the dinner theater musicals… On their third full length, Naples favorite (only?) sons Fake Problems
finally pull out all the stops, releasing their best record after nearly a
decade together.


Over the years, the band has picked from
genres as diverse as punk rock to indie pop in helping to fill out their sound.
On Real Ghosts Caught on Tape, the
band even borrows some Phil Spector -esque production tricks thanks to producer
Ted Hutt – who is turning out to be the go-to producer for SideOneDummy bands,
having worked with everyone from Gaslight Anthem to Jesse Malin.


It’s taken the band nearly 10 years to release
an album this tight, but songs like opener “ADT” prove it was well worth the


DOWNLOAD: “ADT,”  “Songs
for Teenagers”     JOHN B. MOORE


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