Album Review: Katie Goes to Tokyo by Katie Goes to Tokyo

Album Name: Katie Goes to Tokyo
Artist: Katie Goes to Tokyo
Year/Label: 2006 / Tap Your Feet

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Katie Goes to Tokyo is Kathrine Bergström’s solo project after stints in bands like Backfish and Wilson Hospital. It’s a very poppy and Nordic-sounding effort. I’m reminded of Cardigans and other bands of that ilk.

“Close to you” is a lovely song, the singer’s girlish vocals accentuated by a very slow beat.

“Everywhere I go” is sunny and upbeat, a classic pop song.

“If it’s alright” is a ballad that sounds like a big hit. The strings work well with the song underscoring the longing in the lyrics.

“Somebody I never Knew” is a great song, and elegiac mood underpinning the pop trappings.

This is a record for the fans of old-school power pop. You can’t go wrong with Katie.

Posted on May 30, 2006

Track Listing
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1. Moving From This Town
2. Unbelievable
3. Close to You
4. Everywhere I Go
5. The Girl Who Ruined Your World
6. If It’s Alright
7. Until She Breaks
8. Somebody I Never Knew
9. Down At the Coffeeshop
10. Alone
11. Contemplation’s Over

[Katie Goes to Tokyo Official Site]


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