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Go To The Sugar Altar

July 13, 2010 | Format: MP3

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By James B. Nipe on June 9, 2011
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Okay...so perhaps Kelley's not the musician that Kim is. And Kim has a certain air about her that seems to infuse the personalities of people who are "stars" that Kelley somehow doesn't seem to possess. (Though if you've ever seen the Deal sisters on stage you know that Kelley can hold her own with Kim when it comes to presence.) Other than that, I actually think Kelley's every bit her twin sister's rival when it comes to songwriting and singing (of course, her vocal is close to identical to her more famous sister's). I have to say that I like the KD 6000 records as much as the Breeders records, other than I suppose Pod, which is a masterpiece of '90s alternative rock. Both KD 6000 collections are definitely worth buying.
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I have always loved Kim Deal and always will, but my god to finally hear this album; i was so excited. The album has the charm and crazyness of kim with a kind off freshness. There voices are identical so it sounds like kim, the songs are very catchy and out of the two 6000 albums this is my favorite one. Much rawer then boom boom. Alot me experimental and fun with great songs. I love this album so much stand out track "sugar" its my new favorite song. If you like the Breeders or kim deal you will love this. I give is 6 stars.
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This debut for Breeder Kelley Deal's sideband is full of wicked riffs, canny writing, beautifully reedy, husky vocals, and pop-rock hooks that show a playfulness of spirit and yet don't lean completely to a commercially-driven musical side. This CD is pure 1996, in all its alt-rock glory, sounding much like The Breeders at their best. "Canyon" kicks it off with wonderful percussion, "How About Hero" is wonderfully rambunctious, and the rocking "Dammit" (soft...soft, then LOUD) is affecting and amusing at once. My favorite track is the just-under-two-minute "Tick Tock", which has a catchy, fuzzed-out bubblegum flavor wrung through distorted guitars and vocals. In other words, it's glorious.
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