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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Something Sweet
  2. Lab Rats
  3. As Good As New
  4. Look
  5. Bring Her Blues
  6. Half Of half
  7. Anything You Say
  8. Road
  9. Days Away
  10. Out For A Walk
  11. Ropa Vieja
  12. Sinnerman


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 28, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Matador Records
  • ASIN: B0000036XA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #689,630 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I PURCHASED THIS CD AFTER HEARING A TRACK BY THIS BAND ON A MATADOR COMPILATION. MY INITIAL REACTION TO THIS RELEASE- I WISH THE GUYS WOULDN'T SING. IT'S THAT SIMPLE. WHEN THEY SING, THE SONGS ARE NOT AS COMPLEX AND SEEM VERY TYPICALLY INDIE. HOWEVER, MOST OF THE SONGS WITH SUE GARNER SINGING ARE QUITE COOL, ALTHOUGH I'M NOT PLEASED WITH THE WAY HER VOCALS ARE BURIED IN THE MIX. THE HIGHLIGHTS FOR ME ARE THE NUMEROUS TRACKS WITH INTERESTING STRUCTURES (WITHOUT BEING ARTY),UNEXPECTED TURNS (LIKE A DELICIOUS BIT OF VELVET UNDERGROUND-ESQUE GUITAR SOLOING... VERY "I HEARD HER CALL MY NAME"), AND A DREAMLIKE ATMOSPHERE. HOWEVER, IT'S NOT A STRONG RELEASE, AND I FIND MYSELF RESTLESS, WANTING TO SKIP CERTAIN TRACKS. SORT OF AN ALMOST-YO LA TENGO, WHICH IS A NOT-BAD THING TO BE!
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Although I don't like the No-New York avant-garde tendencies of some of its members which push this into skronkier jazzier sprawl, otherwise it works well, furthering the first CD Start Packing's union of experiment with rock, short songs with extended exploration of grooves and tension from noise and melody colliding. Sue Garner has the best voice here, no surprise that she has solo recordings too; Rick Brown lacks his partner's distinctive huskiness and his singing is rather lackluster. It works about 75% of the time, a good batting average these days in rock music.

The instrumentation is what to listen for; the lyrics seem another layer of sound added to the mix. If you like Sonic Youth or Yo La Tengo, this band stands at the intersection of those two bands' sounds. Perhaps this band might have been more successful if not for the other two having arrived at this junction first. Not derivative, more open to the artsier influences, and capable at their best of catchy, yet complicated, songs that pack a lot of swerves and stops and starts into a few minutes. Look up if you like this Electrelane, a British ensemble, for more music that continues in this pattern.
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