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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 16, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sympathy 4 the R.I.
  • ASIN: B000063IUM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #516,396 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Adam A. Blomberg on April 26, 2002
Format: Audio CD
If you like the Muffs, you will love the Beards. The Beards are Kim Shattuck from pop supergroup the Muffs and Lisa Marr and Sherri Solinger from Buck. I just can't stop listening to this cd. The cd flows from one punk-pop gem to the next and when you are done, you just have to listen again. The cd also doubles as a cd-rom that you can plop in your computer and see videos for all 11 songs. The highlight of the cd has to be the monkeeesque "sidewalks" that would even make Davey Jones blush. Thank you Beards.
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This CD should be called "Happiness Tickles" because it tickled me in all of the right places with pure glee. These songs make me want to bake delicious, fluffy, pink-frosted cakes with rainbow dots on top. I loved every track and look forward to hearing more from The Beards.
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Ladies from The Muffs and Tiger Trap combine to make this beautiful pop collection of lost-love songs and punky heartache. Produced by the band and Redd Kross' Jeff McDonald, the tunes are both remarkably tender("Sidewalks", "t.s. eliot")and ballsy("Make it in America", "Big Dumb World"). A lot of my friends still can't get used to Kim Shattuck's gloriously doofy presence and gravelly voice, but this is a nice introduction to her as she's not front-and-center at all times(as with The Muffs). I hope some Muffs fans are born with the album, it would be nice to see. A+
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No, it isn't the Muffs, despite the presence of a couple of Kimmie's trademark Snarling Howlers, and it isn't supposed to be either. What really makes these girls special is when the turn up the bubblegum quotient. This is pure, sugar coated ear candy, a perfect soundtrack for the coming summer. These girls sound so tight, it's as if they have been playing together forever, and their ability to craft jangly pop songs is formidable indeed. No mean feat. These girls have the goods; the kind of band that is bound to deliver one pure pop masterpiece after another. This boy's in love with the Beards!
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But for a Kim Shattuck fix, it will have to do. It's just what you'd expect--sixties girl-group inflenced punk pop, and it's not too bad. Not the Muffs album I'm longing for, but whatcha gonna do?
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