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Elastica by Elastica (CD) Rock Popular Brit Pop Music Line Up Annie Connection 2:1

Elastica by Elastica (CD) Rock Popular Brit Pop Music Line Up Annie Connection 2:1

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Additional Information about Elastica by Elastica (CD, Mar-1995, Geffen)
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Album Features
UPC: 720642472828
Artist: Elastica
Format: CD
Release Year: 1995
Record Label: Geffen
Genre: Brit Pop, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Line Up
2. Annie
3. Connection
4. Car Song
5. Smile
6. Hold Me Now
7. S.O.F.T.
8. Indian Song
9. Blue
10. All-Nighter
11. Waking Up
12. 2:1
13. See That Animal
14. Stutter
15. Never Here
16. Vaseline

Details
Playing Time: 40 min.
Producer: Marc Waterman, Elastica
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: AAD

Album Notes
Elastica: Justine Frischmann, Donna Matthews (vocals, guitar); Annie Holland (bass); Justin Welch (drums).Additional personnel: Dan Abnormal (keyboards).The pop viciousness exuding from Elastica's pores far surpasses any qualities thus far exhibited in Britain's "new glam" movement. One time Suede member (pre-"London" era) Justine Frischmann and Donna Matthews weave together assorted guitar and vocal textures, recalling various levels of pop genius in a disdainful, Kinks-esque tone.Frischmann's dry lyrics are deliciously biting. Her sarcastic take on stardom ("if I can't be a star I won't get out of bed"), groupies ("Drivel head knows all the stars/Loves to suck their shining guitars"), and impotence ("no need to whine boy") are all icily casual. Musically, Elastica is a pop lover's dream. Combining a Buzzcocks-tight rhythm section with enviable guitar delirium, Elastica's grip on pop sensibility is dead-center.What sets the band apart from their peers is their unstoppable wit. Already stars in their native England, Elastica have gotten it all but have also maintained a fabulously jaded perspective in regards to their desires--as Frischmann herself points out in "Waking Up," all she needs is "a guitar and a lover who pays me." What could possibly be more gratifying. All hail Elastica.


 

 


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