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Sunflower Bean / Show Me Your Seven Secrets
Album:Show Me Your Seven Secrets Collection:General
Artist:Sunflower Bean Added:Apr 2015

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-08-07 Pull Date:2015-10-09 
Week Ending:Sep 27Sep 13Sep 6Aug 30Aug 23Aug 16Aug 9

 Recent Airplay
1.Aug 14, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Sep 26, 2015)
4.Jun 03, 2017:Homeroom
Tame Impala
2.Jul 31, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Sep 12, 2015)
Ok Mr. Man
5.Apr 29, 2017:Reckless Burning
Somebody Call A Doctor
3.Jul 17, 2021:Music Casserole (rebroadcast from Aug 29, 2015)
Tame Impala
6.Aug 23, 2016:Life Aquatic
Somebody Call A Doctor

Album Review
Telepathic Juan
Reviewed 2015-08-08 
Show Me Your Seven Secrets is the debut recording by Brooklyn’s Sunflower Bean. Their sound is a mixture of American and British early 1990’ dream-pop influences. There’s a lot of stimulating experimentation with guitar effects, distortion and feedback everywhere on the record. A pleasant surprise.

RIYL: The Kills, Temples, early B.R.M.C., The Wytches, and, Lush.

Recommended Tracks: 1, 2, 3, and 5

1. (3:54) *Somebody Call A Doctor – 21st century shoegaze stomper. Hidden vocals in the mix. Semi instrumental. Dig the guitar riff.
2. (3:24) *2013 – Late 1980’s modern rock-inspired recording. Nice female vocals. Loud ending.
3. (5:22) *Tame Impala – Fuzzy psychedelic number with a fast beat. Vigorous male/female vocal exchange. Tracks slows at the end.
4. (3:25) Rock & Roll Heathen – Another fast-paced, heavily influenced psych rock tune. This one has an early B.R.M.C. feeling.
5. (3:49) **Ok Mr. Man – Jangly guitars, upbeat rhythm, killer female vocals. The most memorable track on the record.
6. (4:44) Bread – Slow tempo track that fastens into a fuzzy semi-instrumental then ends with a psych folk treatment.

Track Listing
1.Somebody Call A Doctor 4.Rock & Roll Heathen
2.2013 5.Ok Mr. Man
3.Tame Impala 6.Bread