Sound Go Round - Dressy Bessy
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  • Summary: The second album from the Denver-based indie-pop band features 13 new self-produced tracks. The four-piece outfit includes Tammy Ealom on vocals and Apples In Stereo guitarist John Hill on, well, guitar.
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  1. There's no other way to say it: Tammy Ealom is one of the most unassuming and perfect songwriters in modern pop.
  2. Think of bubblegum produced by a garage/grunge band.
  3. This straightforward pop bias makes the disc sound more like a greatest hits package than an album.
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    Given the confines of such a childlike context, these songs' emotional range is remarkably thoughtful. [#54, p.86]
  5. If this record came out in 1965 they'd be superstars; however, in 2002 they would have to settle for cult favorites.
  6. Has an infectious energy that keeps things from growing stale. [May 2002, p.84]
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  1. Dec 15, 2012
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    Stay away. Very poor business. I stopped there today and found a dvd that wasn't priced too bad and a ps3 game that looked like a great deal.Stay away. Very poor business. I stopped there today and found a dvd that wasn't priced too bad and a ps3 game that looked like a great deal. I realized that the game was incorrectly marked. I assumed that since EVERY OTHER BUSINESS I've ever shopped at honors the price of an item that s incorrectly marked, I assumed that this business would do the same. WRONG!! They realized their error after I had already paid for the item and said I needed to pay them MORE!! They actually started fighting with me about the price because I said that, since it s not my fault it s marked wrong, I should get the price that is on the item. Yea right, they said that they couldn't in good conscience give me the item at the marked price. Even though it was them that screwed up. I told them to keep it and to give me my money back. Every business that I ve ever been to will honor a price if they screw up. NOT SOUND GO ROUND!! Very rude employees, poor business practices and every over-priced. Save your money and go to Gamestop. At least they re easier to do business with and aren't slime-balls. Expand