(Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx) |
Se sei interessato a tradurre questo testo, contattami
Seth Coen's and Michael Lenzi's Number One Cup pushed
Chicago's power-pop school into the era of Pavement.
Their debut, the 20-song album Possum Trot Plan (Flydaddy, 1995),
presented an exuberant combo of melodic teasers that could bounce from
Divebomb to Just Let Go, from She Plays The Numbers
to Autumn Lover and Pocket without ever missing a step.
Wrecked By Lions (Flydaddy, 1997) was slightly more serious and
a little self-indulgent, although it still featured first-rate material
such as Ease Back Down and Paris.
People People Why Are We Fighting (Flydaddy, 1998) marks the lowest
point for the band, as Caught On The Crown, High Diver and
Low Sparks are not enough to redeem too many generic pop songs.