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Date Released: 2005
Label: Bop Tart
Produced By: Kanda
- They'll Need Cocaine
- Where Do They?
- Drink For Three
- Ronnie Stays In That Basement
- White Pants
- Face It
- One Place
Full disclosure: I know the guy who runs Kanda's label, Bop Tart. In fact, that's how I found out about them; he gave me a copy of their CD and said "Here, I think you'll really like this". At the time, I didn't know him well at all (we'd met maybe a week earlier, and I'd just given him a copy of the first mix CD), so I was a little bit leery (I used to be in college radio, so I know how often "Hey, I think you'll like this" tends to actually mean "Here's something my band recorded on a boombox! It's all songs about how girls don't like me! Also, I drank a bunch of Draino before singing to make sure my voice sounded right!"), but I put it in that morning and OH MY GOD IT WAS GOOD. And I don't even mean that in a "Oh, I was expecting something horrible, and I got something OK!" way—I mean that in the same way that if I had bought this album from a record store, I would have been just as into it. I keep trying to turn other people on to this record. It's EXCELLENT electropop—very delicate sounding, very fragile, but so very, very good. Such a great sound on this album. And, hey, how can you go wrong with an album title (and a track title from their previous record!) that references Annie Hall? I love this record—if there's a problem with it, it's that it's too short. And, as problems go, that's a pretty good one. - Rev. Syung Myung Me