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Me Me Me

Air MiamiAudio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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MP3 Music, 12 Songs, 1999 $9.49  
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  • Audio CD (September 12, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B000004B9Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #262,212 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Hate Milk
2. World Cup Fever
3. Seabird
4. Special Angel
5. Afternoon Train
6. Dolphin Expressway
7. Sweet As A Candy Bar
8. You Sweet Little Heartbreaker
9. Neely
10. Bubble Shield
11. The Event Horizon
12. Definitely Beachy
13. Reprise

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4.0 out of 5 stars Overlooked song-writing talents April 24, 2001
Format:Audio CD
"Me.Me.Me" is a collection of pure, sugary pop gems. If you're familiar with Mark Robinson's prior group, Unrest, then you have a pretty good idea of what "Me.Me.Me." sounds like: well-crafted, impossibly catchy indie-pop.
I bought "Me.Me.Me." (when it was released) because I was impressed and fascinated with Unrest's "Imperial f.f.r.r." album. "Me.Me.Me." sounds similar to the more pop-structured moments on "Imperial f.f.r.r." But, whereas "Imp..." was alternately very experimental in nature, "Me.Me.Me." sticks to a more traditional verse-chorus-verse format. This of course makes "Me.Me.Me." more accessible than "Imp...", but at the same time it misses out on attaining the same heights of perfection that Robinson achieved on his previous effort. This doesn't mean that "Me.Me.Me." is a disappointment, just that it's best songs aren't as monumental as the best songs on "Imp..."
Robinson's continued collaboration with Bridget Cross, the vocalist/guitarist that joined Unrest for their last two albums, is very welcome. Cross has some of the best female pop vocals I've heard in recent years. She actually sounds very similar to Juliana Hatfield. Though she was perfect on "June" (second-to-last track on "Imperial f.f.r.r."), she is almost as deliciously divine here. Just very innocent and pretty sounding. (Robinson's vocals aren't anything to sneeze at either.)
Cross's songs are deeper, stranger, and lyrically superior to Robinson's material. Robinson's songs are definitely brighter and catchier and, although more simple lyrically, they are clever in their own way.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Unrest June 28, 2009
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I love Unrest and I dig Air Miami even more. This album has super catchy songs that stand up to repeated listening well. Poppy with great stutter-y rhythm guitar.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the better indie rock albums of the 90's June 22, 2014
By G. Rao
Format:Audio CD
I haven't grown tired of listening to this since it came out.

They hit a bunch of indie-rock stylistic touchpoints here, blending sarcasm with sweetness and a sense of pent up frustration.

The lightning-fast rhythm guitar strumming on songs like You Sweet Little Heartbreaker and Neely just explodes out of the speakers.

The top songs are probably I Hate Milk and Dolphin Expressway, but World Cup Fever and Seabird are right up there. I can't tell if they're being serious or a bit tongue in cheek with some of their lyrics, but that makes them more interesting to me.

There's a song called Special Angel, and it is as saccharine sweet as the title suggests. Too sweet perhaps, but I also sense a hint of some darkness in it. I know you, yes it's true, they sing together in a seamless harmony. So true, sooooo...truuuuuuuuue! The aging punker in me wants to think its really about suicide or something like that. Whatever. The way the four note guitar solo slips in there at the bridge is just sublime.

They also manage to stick some plaintive, subdued moments in there, like on the songs Bubble Shield and Reprise.

I can listen to this album all the way through on a regular basis.

The closest thing I can think of to Air Miami at the current moment is probably Lower Dens, but that's still a world apart...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pop at its finest experiment March 9, 2009
Format:MP3 Music
At first I remember I didn't like it. Maybe I should blame it on mid-90s' overexposure of brit-pop with Blur, Suede and Pulp being more of a priority for me, and Air Miami sounded more like 'just one of those indie bands from somewhere'... But that's the beauty with bands like Air Miami and albums like 'Me, Me, Me' that never come into the ear at first listen or couple of listens more - but then something suddenly causes a surprising, pleasant twitch. This is a beautiful, at times maybe a bit too childish ('I Hate Milk', 'Sweet as a Candy Bar') but overall a truly impressive album that bursts with dreamy simplicity of an indie-standard. Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorites December 17, 2006
Format:Audio CD
This is a great find. I found it used and love it. Five stars.
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