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|1. Here Sometimes|
|2. Not Getting There|
|3. Will There Be Stars|
|4. My Plants Are Dead|
|5. Love Or Prison|
|7. Penny Sparkle|
|8. Everything Is Wrong|
|9. Black Guitar|
This is there best effort yet it shows growth and maturity.
On the negative - well, unfortunately I feel that the songs, especially in the middle third of the album, at times start to blend into each other a bit too much.
While these are my favorite of the album, I can definitely listen to it all the way through without hitting skip.
With all the less than deserving albums on Amazon that get a 5 star rating, it is pathetic that such a memorable release doesn't get one. Read morePublished 11 months ago by M. Cook
So ahead of its time. Penny Sparkle will gently rock you to sleep, make you cry with a joyful sadness of memories forgotten, and all the while a listener falls in love with one of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Hotpink Zelda Brainchild
great album, great band. And I was in a very good price. The delivery was on time and the disk, in perfect condition. So Nice!Published 19 months ago by javier veraldi
23 is the album that started my love for Blonde Redhead. I've gone through their older albums and have not been able to get into them. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Adam Howell
A long time Blonde Redhead fan, I was very unimpressed by this album. It was a total departure from the rawness of "La Mia Vita Violenta" and "Fake Can be Just as... Read morePublished 23 months ago by miranda freitas
"Penny Sparkle" by Blonde Redhead is a delicate, departed album. Many of the songs deal with loss or a sense of longing. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Matthias Martin
This is a really amazing album. Don't recall any other band who after 18 years are still progressing and taking the listener to new planets. Read morePublished on August 4, 2012 by R.Cooper
To say that this album is highly listenable is both a compliment and an understatement: it doesn't begin to capture the allure of this under-rated band. Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by S. Elliff