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Junior Boys / So This Is Goodbye
Album:So This Is Goodbye Collection:General
Artist:Junior Boys Added:11/2006
Label:Domino 

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Add Date:2007-03-04 Pull Date:2007-05-06 Charts:RPM/Electronica
Week Ending:6 May29 Apr22 Apr15 Apr8 Apr1 Apr25 Mar18 Mar
Airplays:23333242

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1.Mon, 07 Mar 16:DJ Postnatal
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4.Thu, 12 Nov 15:Samson
Audible Chocolate (11/12)
2.Mon, 25 Jan 16:DJ Postnatal
I Like to Dance: Shake Off Your Pants
5.Thu, 29 Oct 15:Chillium
Audible Chocolate (10/29)
3.Thu, 10 Dec 15:Chillium
Audible Chocolate (12/3)
6.Fri, 13 Mar 15:Anon
Electronic Outlet (3/13)

Album Review
Jon Barnes
Reviewed 2007-02-20 
Junior Boys deliver their usual chilled out, sugary electro-pop. If music were food the Junior Boys would be a watermelon popsicle. This album doesn’t have the consistency that their last album did (Last Exit), but there are plenty of things to like. There is more funk here, and a heavy dose of electro ballads if that is your thing. I do miss the R&B feel and skittery drum programming that made Last Exit so unique, but this album has a major home run “Caught In A Wave.” Check it out!
Best tracks: 8, 2, 3, 7

Track 1: FCC. There’s a word that sounds like the F-bomb in there a couple times. Mediocre tune anyway.
*Track 2: Bumpy upbeat tune with genius broken drums and catchy synth riffs.
Resembles the best moments on Junior Boys’ previous album.
*Track 3: Straight up chillout. Very tasteful and dreamy, I can imagine hearing this
tune next summer while watching the sun go down at Café del Mar.
Track 4: I’ve never been a fan of electronic tunes in 3/4 meter, but judge for yourself
Track 5: Supposedly the first single, but it sounds too clumsy and the “sha la la”-style
vocal refrains are annoying.
Track 6: Chunky and crisp 4x4 tune, but the crooning vocal melody makes it soundlike Sinatra on synthetic tablets. Blah.
*Track 7: Great tune. Killer bleepy synth riff, tasteful vocals (unlike the last track!), and the drums really make it move. Another chip off the Last Exit block
**Track 8: TUNE ALERT!! Crossover potential, too. This could work just as well on the beach as it could in a dark room with flashing lights. Slow but has the moody
tension to work in a heaving club at 5 in the morning. PLAY PLAY PLAY!
Track 9: Ambient, dreamy excursion into the land where songs go to die. Ugh.
Track 10: Another downtempo tune, nothing special.

Track Listing
1.Double Shadow 6.So This Is Goodbye
2.The Equalizer 7.Like A Child
3.First Time 8.Caught In A Wave
4.Count Souvenirs 9.When No One Cares
5.In The Morning 10.Fm