Elevator Drops - Pop Bus

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Factory Sealed, Very Hard To Find 1996 Original. “Saying That The In-Joke Factor Rides High On The Elevator Drops' Debut Puts It Rather Mildly. There Are At Least Two Semi-Jabs At Fellow Boston-Area Acts: "Drop 19 (I Wanna Be A)," Referring To The Shoegaze-Inspired Act From The Early '90s, And "Be A Lemonhead (Beautiful Junkie)," Whose Targeting Of Evan Dando Is Perfectly Obvious. Lines Like "You Can Dance With The Tourniquet Monkey" May Be Hilariously Cheap Shots, But Hilarious They Are, And The Song's Amiable Pop/Rock Crunch Makes For Good Fun. But Is There More To Pop Bus -- Itself A Parody Title, An Exact Reversal Of "Sub Pop" Right Down To The Artwork On The Front Cover -- Than Simply Self-Amusement? Elevator Drops Don't Demonstrate Any Striking Originality, But The Threesome's Best Qualities Include Both A Knack For Light-Glam Stompers (Bassist Goolkasian Aims For A Reasonable Bowie Via Brett Anderson Vocal Yelp) And A Surprising Willingness To Try Various Things Out.” – Ned Raggett, AMG

Artist: Elevator Drops Title: Pop Bus Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Time Bomb Catalog ID: 43504 Country: USA Our ID: 110347
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