Sunday, August 25, 2013

She met some guy from the Ropers and kissed him as I looked away.

In 2003, while everyone was swooning to the Postal Service, I was chilling out to this intoxicating debut album from a band that didn't seem to garner a morsel of attention or press.  Funny that.

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bglobe313 said...

Hey, this is really quite good.

At one point after the first couple of wonderful songs I was thinking the singer had run out of good ones and the others were more variations (and a little bit too "widdly woo"), but then there were a bunch more ace ones, including a funny (and true) one about the value of a "good" singing voice in getting a pop song across.

On one listen, really enjoying this. Who knows even those that didn't hit me at first as great may grow on me.


Ace K.

Timmy said...

This album rules!