|Artist:||Plan to Pink||Added:||Sep 2003|
|Label:||Extra Small Records|
|Add Date:||2004-01-12||Pull Date:||2004-03-15|
|Week Ending:||Mar 14||Feb 15||Jan 25||Jan 18|
|1.||Mar 08, 2014:||Music Casserole
The Soap Opera
|4.||Feb 09, 2004:||Fly by Night
Winner at Macy's
|2.||Mar 13, 2004:||Fly By Night--with Interview
|5.||Feb 02, 2004:||Fly By Night
|3.||Mar 10, 2004:||Beware the Ides of March...
Pick Me Up
|6.||Jan 24, 2004:||Among Nine Brownian Motions
Nice garagey girly pop—bell-like guitars, with jangly, slightly out of tune instrumentation; two singers. Most of the songs are pretty short, and have lots of instrumental breaks. The songs are very different from each other; some have xylophone and/or viola filling them out. Lyrics are straightforward and on unexpected subjects. Mostly hovering around midtempo.
*1. (4:19) lazy upbeat, the welcome to the CD song. 2nd half is instrumental.
2. (1:47) midtempo, persistent perc.
3. (1:38) strange, insistent scolding—uneasy sound, insistent tempo—“mine!”
*4. (3:47) laid back, with vocal harmonies, plucky melody; violas in instr. Break. A song about teeth.
5. (2:08) slinky midtempo, muted trumpets, bell-guitar strumming
*6. (3:41) bopping stroll, xylophone theme, vocal harmonies; garagey pop tempo changes
*7. (1:18) chugging punky uptempo, slutty dressed-up female desperation—“Pick me up! I’ve got big ones!”
8. (1:38) interesting meter conflicts, halting, sorta urgently chaotic
*9. (2:45) waltz, sparkly lush xylophone fantasy, about soap opera clichés—lament of the mistress.
*10. (4:30) two guitars in counterpoint—simple, but pretty. Vaguely mexican guitar meeting complacent pop; builds to end. Different sound from rest of album.
--Reviewed by mandy (la chanteuse)
|1.||Vaudeville Trickster||6.||Winner at Macy's|
|2.||Under the Mirror||7.||Pick Me Up|
|3.||Mine!||8.||Old Fashioned Rocket|
|4.||Your Teeth||9.||The Soap Opera|
|5.||Bootsy Calls It Quits||10.||Rockstar Parking|