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Format: CD
Sku: 215401275
UPC: 095081010826
UPC 14: 00095081010826
Release Date: 6/1/2010
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Seemingly Solid Reality ~ Outrageous Cherry
2. Unbalanced in the City ~ Outrageous Cherry
3. Fell ~ Outrageous Cherry
4. My Ghetto ~ Outrageous Cherry
5. Self-Made Monster ~ Outrageous Cherry
6. Happy Hologram, The ~ Outrageous Cherry
7. Nothing's Changed ~ Outrageous Cherry
8. Forces of Evil ~ Outrageous Cherry
9. I Like It ~ Outrageous Cherry
10. Unamerican Girls ~ Outrageous Cherry
11. Unimportant Things, The ~ Outrageous Cherry
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Matthew Smith (vocals, guitar, organ, synthesizer); Larry Ray (guitar); Samantha Linn (drums).
Muze PNote Recording information: Hamtramck, MI.
Muze PNote Editor: Tony Hamera.
Muze PNote On Seemingly Solid Reality, Outrageous Cherry back away from the glam rock excursions of their previous album, Universal Malcontents, and return to their quintessential acid-laced pop. These songs emphasize the "seemingly" in the album's title -- from the title track's jammy intro onward, it feels like they could melt or disappear into a puff of psychedelic smoke at any moment. Matthew Smith and company use this familiar sonic terrain for some soul-searching, spanning "Unbalanced in the City" and "My Ghetto"'s metropolitan meditations to inner reflections like "Self-Made Monster." As always, Smith has a gift for boiling situations down to a few pithy words, as on "Nothing's Changed"'s lyric "sometimes it's hard to be who you are," or on "The Happy Hologram," where he manages to say that much of life is a fleeting illusion without sounding self-pitying. The album also offers a couple of classic Outrageous Cherry pop moments: "Fell" is fantastic, with a classic melody, twice-shy lyrics, and a relentless drone that recall the band's self-titled debut (and reaffirms why peers like the New Pornographers and Wilco love this band), while "Un-American Girls" backs its sly subversion with jet-engine guitars. But most of Seemingly Solid Reality is much more introspective, edging closer to singer/songwriter territory than the group usually does. Even "Forces of Evil"'s spiraling guitar solo feels somehow inward-looking, while "I Like It" and "The Unimportant Things" are as confessional as Smith and crew have ever gotten. Seemingly Solid Reality drifts by in a thoughtful haze, and if it's not as immediate as what came before it, that might be the point. ~ Heather Phares

Producer: Matthew Smith

Engineer: Jason Fisher

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 06/01/2010
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2010
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : ALIVE 0108CD
Music Label Name Label : Alive Naturalsound Records
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00095081010826

Product Attributes
Product attributeArtist:   Outrageous Cherry
Product attributeLabel:   Alive Records
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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