Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Liza Garelik and her band have been together while. Their second album is rich on great tunes and energy.
“Song about a Pidgeon” is a mid-paced rocker with a great lyric. Garelik clearly has a special voice and guitarist Ian Roure is very gifted.
“What I do for Payday” details the chores of working life. It’s also a catchy Pretenders-like tune that shows off the bands talents.
“Machine Gun Smith” was originally done by Katrina and the Waves and it’s a good choice of a cover.
“Clergy Man” is almost reggae in a Blondie kinda way.
This is a brilliant album and the band should be a treat live.
Posted on June 16, 2006
Listen to track samples
1. Meet the Animal
2. Song About a Pigeon
3. Hush Now Sweet Pea
4. What I Do For Payday
5. Machine Gun Smith
6. Clergy Man
8. We Are the Media
9. Formerly Caroline
10. Eddie Come Down