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review from PARASOL RECORDS:

Exquisite 60s-flavored pop, sassy guitar-jangle with co-ed vocals, "space pop" with a nudge and a wink!
The "space" tag is more about Claudia Malibu's lyrical tongue-in-cheekiness than far-out sonics (more about recent fads and fashions of indie music than spot-on descriptive). Sure, there are songs about space, spaceships and stuff, heck, one of my favorite songs, "UFO", closes the album begging to board a flying saucer. But the tunes are straight-ahead pop songs overloaded with classic melodies and helium harmonies, just a lick of Bubblegum's sugary sweetness, and a splash of space-rock's cosmic rays - joyous stompers, bouncers and ballads that are fun to listen to! Remember when you bought records to enjoy listening to them? And you listened to them over and over? I do, and this is one of those. It is not groundbreaking or revolutionary (thank goodness); it is a Great Pop Record, and that's what you're after, right? Brilliant and infused with the ghosts of Wings-era McCartney, Peter Holsapple-esque vocals (accompanied by dreamy female harmonies), mellow early Kinks-styled song-craft, and some "She's a Rainbow" era Rolling Stones pop-wonderfulness, the whole lot blessed with painterly strokes of noise and lazy retro atmospheres. I'm told these folks used to be in much-admired early 90s pop outfits like The Veronica Cartwrights and The Caroline Know, and still play in bands like Lucky Pierre, New Radiant Storm King and Stephen Rand & His Magic Ponies (another worthy Wormco artist!).

We'll Find You - 12 song cd by THE CLAUDIA MALIBU rock and roll concerning outer space and inner turmoil


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  • Materials: voice, guitar, drumset, bass, keyboard, microphone, tape, cd, creativity, pain, love, space, fun
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