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Sex With An X

September 14, 2010 | Format: MP3

$9.49
Also available in CD Format
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Like many others, I first heard of The Vaselines through Kurt Cobain's various covers of their songs. I enjoyed Nirvana's versions of Molly's Lips, Son of a Gun, and Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam, and so I gave the Vaselines a shot and purchased The Way of the Vaselines. That album is filled with catchy songs and has stood the test of time. Even post-Nirvana, groups like the Moldy Peaches and even Belle and Sebastian have taken cues from the Vaselines in crafting catchy lo-fi pop music.

So, twenty years after their last new music, the Vaselines have recorded something new. All things considered, this is a good album. It's filled with the irreverent wit and sing-along-able lo-fi songs that made them great. Most of these songs would fit right in with anything on The Way of the Vaselines, with some slight differences only in production value (the sound here is noticeably cleaner than on their previous recordings). Was I dying for a new Vaselines record? No, but I am glad that it's here, I'm glad that I bought it, and I will definitely put it into rotation. For people who have heard the old stuff and want more, I recommend this album. For anyone wanting to try the Vaselines for the first time, you should go with The Way of the Vaselines (recently re-released as Enter the Vaselines).
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don't listen to the jerk who gave this one star! the vaselines are one of the best and most influential indie bands in history, this album is just as charming and uplifting as their previous output. some people will be complaining that their sound hasn't "evolved" but it doesn't need to! this album is the Vaselines being the Vaselines and that's good enough for me! i know indiepop isn't for everyone but if you don't like the vaselines you must be dead inside!
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Enter the Vaselines is music in it's own class, but this album does not disappoint either. Just keep in mind these two are not the kids they were when they first started making music together. Their themes wonderfully reflect the lessons learned and experiences of the intervening years.
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Amazing album!!!!!!
I absolutely love this record! They've kept their sence of fun and humor after al these years. Thank god for Kurt Cobain! I would have never discovered this band 20 years ago if not for him.
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