Published June 2, 2006
Cheerfully sweet pop only identifiable as being off-the-beaten-path by the rough-hewn production quality and sometimes obscure subject matter of the lyrics, this is a sometimes intolerably fashionable musical trinket that rescues itself from avant-garde lameness by having the only thing you really need to make good music: honesty and the ability to stick to what it knows, although some passion would have been nice as well. Nothing momentous, but good nonetheless. I would also advise them to steer well clear of allowing Carlos Giffoni to remix any of their songs in the future; the remix at the end is, quite simply, the most annoying song ever. SE
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