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OUTRAGEOUS CHERRY recently got a lot of love from The NEW PORNOGRAPHERS who released a EP of Outrageous Cherry covers on Matador titled ''Togetherness - The New Pornographers play Outrageous Cherry''. After the critically acclaimed glam/psych miasma of 2009's UNIVERSAL MALCONTENTS, and subsequent tours in Europe and the USA, O.C. returned to their analog cave to record Matthew Smith's latest batch of tunes. Throughout SEEMINGLY SOLID REALITY, sweet melodies and harmonies soar over the gnashing of vicious, urban Motor City guitar workouts. Motown-fueled bass and drums throb hypnotically.
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  • Vinyl (June 1, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Alive Records
  • ASIN: B003H3D252
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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I'm an indie rock DJ in Jacksonville and don't play anything I don't either like or respect. Outrageous Cherry is one of those bands I both love and respect. Good stewards of power pop, rock's rich heritage of gritty blues, rock and soul, crafted with infectious melodies and guitar crunch. If I could work my will, this group would sell platinum. Believe me I'm working on it.
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**Review originally appeared at https://midnighttosix.wordpress.com

I loved this Detroit outfit’s brilliant psych-pop trilogy of Out There In The Dark, The Book Of Spectral Projections and Supernatural Equinox, but since then each Outrageous Cherry album has generated diminishing returns. Seemingly Solid Reality continues that downward spiral with a rather significant drop-off in quality. It’s not that the songs are bad. In fact, they’re pretty interchangeable with anything else from the band’s post-2003 output. It’s the absolutely terrible quality of the recording. OC main-man (and usually brilliant producer) Matthew Smith completely destroys Seemingly Solid Reality with a flat and lifeless sound that even the world’s best songs couldn’t overcome. “Forces Of Evil” sounds like it could have been one of the bands best songs from the past few years, but not with the cheap drum and bass sounds that come out of my my speakers. Call it lo-fi if you want, I’ll just call it garbage.
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