12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Free to Stay better than She Like Electric,
A Kid's Review
This review is from: Free to Stay (Audio CD)
Smoosh consists of 2 girls, ages 12 and 14, who play keyboard and drums. Asya does lead vocals and keyboard. Chloe plays drums. They both are an awesome sister act and are really pros. Their first CD, She Like Electric, was filled with be-bop and experimental, such as "RAD", which was a rap song about soccer. Not my first choice. Some songs were just plain silly, like "The Quack" and I can totally see why they did that, because I'm a tween too, and I would want to do that! (I'm 12) This CD, Free to Stay, has still an innocent feel, but more moodier, sadder, and more feelings. In She Like Electric, it was just plain fun. In their latest CD, the mood is deeper and feels sad, with mystique. You can tell the girls are maturing with their songs. They're not just a debut indie rock band anymore, they're emerging into the real world. It's a wonderful feel, and I love it so much. She Like Electric is a boat of fun, and I love it too, but Free to Stay is so much more pretty.
Liza A., Age 12