MP3 The Charms - So Pretty
Komplettes MP3 Album von The Charms
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Garage Glam. Little Steven spins tracks from ’So Pretty’ on his radio stations. Burning guitar leads a la Mott the Hoople or ACDC with farfisa organ and of course, Ellie Vee’s saucy take on fat cats, love, and staying up late.
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"The very first spin of The Charms’ new EP, So Pretty, convinced me I had just discovered my next favorite band."
-Frank De Biase, Rochester News
"Totally cute two-girl/three-boy Boston garage-and-soul-organed glam-metal pop, slavering over over "boys in town" like the early Divinyls and with a Russian Farfisa heroine appropriately named Katrina (as in "the Waves"). On their consistently sexy new So Pretty EP, the best riff comes from the Move’s "Do Ya" and the best song (opening bong-olated à la "Californina Sun") is about how two-night stands beat one-night stands."
-Chuck Eddy, The Village Voice
"So Pretty rocks like the sweatiest wildest sex I’ve ever had. Ellie’s vocals are like fingernails digging into my back as the drums pound deep and the Farfisa growls. ’60s garage never rocked like it does with The Charms. More bands should make me this horny for rock ’n’ roll!"
-Joel Simches, The Noise
"A great rock and roll ride from a band that knows how to mix sex appeal, farfisa organs and catchy rock and roll hooks, I was in love as soon as I heard them."
-The Rock and Roll Report
"Recently Boston’s female-fronted Charms have captured Little Steven’s attention as well as the attention of college radio stations nationwide. With their sexy blend of 1960s garage rock and 1980s pop, it’s no wonder why. Their most recently released EP, So Pretty, blends their distinctive Farfisa organ with a pulsating rhythm section and edgy guitar, producing a glammed-up modern sound with a certain touch of sex appeal."
-Pittsburgh Pulp Magazine
This CD has been featured on Little Steven’s Underground Garage syndicated radio show, Sirius Satellite Radio show, and NYC festival.