Thursday, April 16, 2009

The Corner Laughers - Tomb Of Leopards - 2006

Created in a San Francisco Bay Area lab by mad scientist Angela Silletto and indoor archaeologist Karla Kane, the Corner Laughers were genetically engineered to be the perfect band: one part 60s British invasion, one part 80s new wave and one part 90s power pop with a smidgeon of twee, mod folk and trad jazz. But something went wrong! Two evil rhythm-section geniuses from rival bands -- fueled by energy drinks and Indian food -- added the deadly chemical of ROCK, and thus The Corner Laughers were born. Wistful and dreamy, saucy and sassy in almost equal measure, The Corner Laughers' ideal blend of herbs and spices proved a magic concoction.

The Corner Laughers - Tomb Of Leopards - 2006/rs
The Corner Laughers - Tomb Of Leopards - 2006/sb
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Shriner said...

I wanted to like this more than I did. It's got all the things I look for in music: girl singer, quirky lyrics, decent melodies.

But as a whole, it didn't work for me. Part of it may be the voice was buried too far down in the mix or something...

L said...

Well, it sure works for me. I love the vocals and the melodies. Thanks so much for posting.


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