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I Heart California [Explicit]

July 13, 2010 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Just saw them perform at Bowery Ballroom in New York City. Mild-mannered stage presence and a healthy sense of intelligent humor to offset the poignant lyricism in many of the songs. It's not often a collaboration of great musicians is itself great (although the Elvis Costello/Burt Bacharach cds come to mind). If you liked Earlimart or Grandaddy/Jason Lytle, the album plays to their low-key yet high-intensity talents.
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**Review originally posted at https://midnighttosix.wordpress.com

Admiral Radley is a new band, but its members should be familiar to indie fans: Jason Lytle and Aaron Burtch from Grandaddy and Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray from Earlimart. If you’ve followed Grandaddy and Earlimart, you’re probably picturing Admiral Radley’s debut as a series of hazy psych-pop jams with sun-kissed melodies and squiggly synths. If so, pat yourself on the back because you’re pretty much right on the money. Admiral Radley is nothing if not predictable, however predictability equals boredom on I Heart California. The decline of Grandaddy – who peaked a decade ago with The Sophtware Slump, and have been offering diminishing returns ever since – continues here with Jason Lytle laziest efforts yet. His lyrics are mostly lame jokes, and they betray a thinly-masked contempt for audiences, critics, songwriting, California…etc. Half-hearted efforts like “Red Curbs”, “I Heart California”, and “Sunburn Kids” are clearly the work of someone operating within an already well-worn comfort zone. Perhaps the annoyingly over-repeated chorus of “G N D N” sums up I Heart California best: “It goes nowhere/And it does nothing”.
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The rest is good, but not great - well worth the price to keep this artist alive and well. Hopefully theres more to come.
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