Positive: 8 out of 8
Mixed: 0 out of 8
Negative: 0 out of 8
DaveDec 1, 2006Great CD, definitely in my top 10 for the year. Can't wait to see them live next week!!
davidgOct 21, 2006another great record. listen a few times and you'll see.
StanOct 17, 2006Joe may be the most gifted "pop" writer of the 00's! Quite possibly their best...and that's saying something! Like all the others, Joe may be the most gifted "pop" writer of the 00's! Quite possibly their best...and that's saying something! Like all the others, you'll instantly connect with certain tracks, but the album really doesn't pay off in full until the fourth or fifth listen. Then, like me, you may not be able to stop playing it.… Expand
mcOct 18, 2006Pernice Brothers can do no wrong. An excellent outing as usual.
RolfCNov 13, 2006As time marches on, and the vast listening throngs continue to favor rhythm over melody, there is very little current music that I even As time marches on, and the vast listening throngs continue to favor rhythm over melody, there is very little current music that I even consider listenable. But the Pernice Brothers is now tops in giving great aural pleasure. After all, "The World Won't End" remains the best album of the new millennium. Some brave artists can still shine: the Lolas, Chixdiggit!, Fountains of Wayne, Spinning Jennies/Well Wishers, Starflyer 59, Ron Sexsmith, Bill Ricchini. But the Pernice Brothers tops them all, and this album builds on their reputation. It makes me yearn for yet one more Shoes album - which I know will never come. Sigh.… Expand
TimWOct 19, 2006One critic said this was bland around the edges. Not in the least. It's a bright, inventive, fun-filled delight. A great and giddy One critic said this was bland around the edges. Not in the least. It's a bright, inventive, fun-filled delight. A great and giddy thing. If you like 'Summertime pop' with heaps of style and wit, this would be a great addition to your collection.… Expand
mikes.Oct 18, 2006more of the same from them, except for the fact that the production has taken a step backwards.
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