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CSS Music - Cansei De Ser Sexy

CSS Music - Cansei De Ser Sexy

The song "music is my hot hot sex" is really good, plays on the radio often and whenever it comes on I just want to get to a party or somethin! This album is a really good! Jezebels all over the planet will enjoy this one for sure!

  • Fun little subpop band. Some great upbeat rock tunes on here.

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  • The Shins 2001's debut, Oh, Inverted World, made a lot of best-of lists by demanding fans' ears, whose reaction to the tiresome glut of indie rock was to grow even more discerning. Separating the wheat from the endless fields of c... The Shins 2001's debut, Oh, Inverted World, made a lot of best-of lists by demanding fans' ears, whose reaction to the tiresome glut of indie rock was to grow even more discerning. Separating the wheat from the endless fields of chaff is more and more difficult, but always rewarding when the actual talent presents itself to you, as this LP does right away. And it sure makes it easier when a respected label such as Sub Pop gets back on the supreme melodic bent it was on when they ruled with Sebadoh, Eric Matthews, Jeremy Enigk, and others, just a few years prior. And having digested the many splendid pleasures Oh, Inverted World offers, glomming this four-song EP is a nice stopgap while waiting for more. Its familiar "Know Your Onion" and three B-sides aren't mere collector's fodder. Recorded live at Seattle's Graceland, October 26, 2001, "My Seventh Rib" must have been written too late for the LP sessions, as this insistent, 16th-note- fest reveals the band's forte: it's filled with non-stop energy, deft dynamics, and James Mercer's typically singsong tune that grabs you like an NHL defenseman if you get near the puck. The LP's "New Slang" sounds more plaintive and Kinks-like, and another new tune, "Sphagnum Esplanade," closes matters on a minimal, light note. We want more Shins and we want it now! This just whets the appetite. ~ Jack Rabid, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Building Nothing Out of Something collects Modest Mouse singles and rare tracks from the group's indie-label years, including the studio tracks from the Interstate 8 EP and their contributions to the Sub Pop Singles Club. Despite ... Building Nothing Out of Something collects Modest Mouse singles and rare tracks from the group's indie-label years, including the studio tracks from the Interstate 8 EP and their contributions to the Sub Pop Singles Club. Despite the songs' motley origins, Building Nothing Out of Something works well as an album, balancing the group's quirky and often poignant pop songs with their more abrasive rock side. The wonderfully dreamy, off-kilter "Interstate 8" and "Workin' on Leavin' the Livin'" (which cleverly quotes Eraserhead's "Lady in the Radiator Song") are two shining examples of the… more »

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  • 'Antidotes,' the debut album on Sub Pop Records by Foals, is nothing short of brilliant. I absolutely love the energy emitted by the music, which mixes the sound of a rock band with tweaks of experimental touches. Described ... 'Antidotes,' the debut album on Sub Pop Records by Foals, is nothing short of brilliant. I absolutely love the energy emitted by the music, which mixes the sound of a rock band with tweaks of experimental touches. Described as a "dance-rock band," Foals would get any sort of party going, and are a fantastic addition to Sub Pop's line-up. Every track is an absolute stunner, and mind the speedometer should you be driving while playing this on your system. Or, as was my case earlier, mind the road--I got a little excited while listening to "Two Steps, Twice." If I remember right, there was a bit of fist-pumping and general bouncing going on.

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  • Bursting, or rather mellowly ermerging out of Seattle Washington is this band, Fleet Foxes. Whatever you want to call them harmonic pop, baroque pop, or just amazing, take a listen. They just move into your ears like the wind on... Bursting, or rather mellowly ermerging out of Seattle Washington is this band, Fleet Foxes. Whatever you want to call them harmonic pop, baroque pop, or just amazing, take a listen. They just move into your ears like the wind on a sumemr day. Oh man.....sorry about that.....I've become a little too mellow listening but it's oh so good. Check it out and you'll see.

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