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On Beulah's first album "Handsome Western States", they sounded like Pavement
wannabees with a beetle collection. Read more
This is not the real Beulah. The early 1980's artist who's hits included "A Woman In Love" and "It Hurts To Be Hurt," and who was featured on tv's Real People. Read morePublished on December 19, 2007 by Kenny
What more can you say - an Indie Pop Rock and Roll masterpiece.
Soup to nuts. Any 'in the know' music fan, surely misses this wonderful band. Read more
Every once in a while.
Music becomes obscure for no good reason.
Users must think where to go if they do not like the secondary market.... Read more
This is a fantastic album from beginning to end. Anyone into indie pop or just melodic indie should give this a listen. The harmonies, horns, and melodies are fantastic. Read morePublished on April 13, 2006 by T. Bradley
In my humble opinion this is one of the best examples of 90's lo-fi bedroom rock. In fact, I prefer this recording to just about anything by sebadoh, mountain goats, microphones,... Read morePublished on June 27, 2005 by Patrick Clemente
At first listen, you like it. It's fun. It's catchy. It makes you want to sing. So you listen again and you do. And you listen again... and, what's that? Wow... Read morePublished on February 16, 2002 by Michael B Gunter
Pretty lame. None of the songs stick; the melodies just aren't there. Everything sounds pretty much the same also, like a '60s bargain bin band. Read morePublished on September 30, 2001
The fourth track on this record, Emma Blowgun's Last Stand, makes me smile every time I hear it. Doesn't matter what's going on in my life; when the song's on, it takes over. Read morePublished on January 8, 2001 by Chris Green