The tracks flow into each other, sometimes even without you being able to notice it happen, with only one of them lasting over 2 minutes (most of them barely exceeding 1!!!), with an overload of hooks, tackling everything from mid’60s beat (with the B-bands and Zombies being referred to the most), through early ‘70s melodic crunch (Raspberries, Big Star) or late ‘70s/early’80s new wave (Elvis Costello, Squeeze), to ‘90s Britpop.
Days before I first listened to this, I was having a short chat about The Pretty Things with Lannie, and even though “the concept” as such wasn’t mentioned by none of us, S.F.Sorrow seems to be an obvious influence on how this whole thing is conceived.(2009 preview popdiggers.com)
36 tunes in 40 minutes? That made me curious, but if Lannie Flowers released a new album i was always curious and couldn't await the release. But that was a thing i never heard in Lannie Flowers albums........The album is wonderful. Great power pop full of melodies sweet as candy. Often on the album you don't notice the changes to the next song. It all is one big piece of music. Of sweet sweet music. If you like power pop you will love this album. Guaranteed.
Frank New Link
Limited time till 2017-08-31