- Summary: A member of Ladytron's touring band as well as the trio Super Numeri, English multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Pop Levi (yes, Pop is indeed his middle name) makes his full-length solo debut with this eclectic disc.
- Record Label: Counter
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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Positive: 9 out of 9
Mixed: 0 out of 9
Negative: 0 out of 9
mikenMar 31, 2007try getting hades lady out of your head. no offense to iraq's shiites, but cordless drills don't do the job. now where's that try getting hades lady out of your head. no offense to iraq's shiites, but cordless drills don't do the job. now where's that confouded spare batterie?… Expand
FelipePFeb 27, 2007Perfect!
Dr.StringzFeb 27, 2007A very fun record.
GiterdoneFeb 22, 2007very unexpected and very good. breezy, melodic, gritty, and throwback to the golden era of rock.....recommended
ConorBMay 1, 2007A bubbly album that has the essence of the Scissor Sisters yet more consistent in the same style as opposed to change.
MichaelBFeb 28, 2007Is has all the vibrancy of Marc Bolan, but then so does Marc Bolan. It has the freshness of Beck, but then so does Beck. Etc etc.
TristramCApr 10, 2007I've felt guilty at every stage of my relationship with this record. I felt guilty when I read the first review in Under The Radar. Not I've felt guilty at every stage of my relationship with this record. I felt guilty when I read the first review in Under The Radar. Not sure why. The disc sounded like fun but 'how much more ultra-cool retro homages to years past can we consume' is a question I ask when at the same time Ryan Adam sells way more copies of three different albums in a years time. I passed on the album several times. The cover was so shamelessly obvious as the Marc Bolan mock-up. T-Rex rules and its true Electric Warrior and The Slider have still not gotten old. This however serves to explain why this album was NOT necessary instead of the other way around. So then I 'pop' (get it) the disc in and its fricken great. Of course, its fricken great because if it sucked all I'd have to feel guilty about is that I dropped my fifteen buck but this way I get to be reminded that I'm a predictable unit shifter all year long. As a side, it is actually really impossible to pry "Pick Me Up...Uppercut" from your temporal lobe. So in short, I hate it and like it and dig sometimes when I'm alone and can rock out in the privacy of my own home but I'll drop dead before i ever tell the wor--- oh crap.… Expand
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