|Album:||Last Night Becomes This Morning||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Swearing At Motorists||Added:||Apr 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-04-16||Pull Date:||2006-06-18|
|Week Ending:||Jun 11||Jun 4||May 28||May 21||May 14||Apr 30||Apr 23|
|1.||Apr 09, 2011:||Of Sound Mind
|4.||Jun 07, 2006:||Foreplay and Sex WAx
Timing Is Everything
|2.||Oct 29, 2007:||college radio secret canada
|5.||Jun 02, 2006:||Galabanting Around
|3.||Jul 18, 2006:||Galabanting Around
|6.||May 24, 2006:||Foreplay and Sex Wax
Reviewed by matthew stark rubin FCC CLEAN YO
The Who do indie pop, two-piece style. These guys fucking rock! And pop! For lovers and fans of GBV. Vox are so catchy throughout, great harmonies, lyrics relatively standard but always apropos. It’s a two piece, so its nicely not overloaded or layered, and the basic melodies seep through perfectly. Just the right production- all indie pop should sound this sweet. Other than some slightly weak ballads towards the back end of the record, this is just golden pop music.
Picks: 1/2 (id play em together), 9- (but all are good)
1- amazing!! Great harmonies LOUD in the mix with just a little guitar noodling in back, then…
2- BOOM! Big guitar thickness, then mid tempo gbv-esque popper with great catchy vox and sparse arrangement and great half-time chorus
3- Slight ballad quality in verse with great chorus of just harmony vox and synth before clunk/crunch pop chords come into the mix.
4- Rollicking and rolling drum beat. Sudden ending
5- Quiet guitar and confessional deep vox. Very GBV.
6- One of the few tracks with lead guitar. Very poppy!
7- Sad and mopey song about planes and stuff. Short but sweet
8- Rock and roll baby! Its about Sweden
9- Slightly sad in the best way. Best lyrics on album beautiful harmonies and just great.
10- Downtempo ballad
11- ROCK ROCK ROCK with eerie harmonies. Queens of the stone age style.
12- Mopey ballad.
13- Loopey backwards guitars quick instrumental.
14- Another sad ballad. Short.
15- Very SLOW rocker.