The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - The Pains of... The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Record Label: Slumberland Records Release Date: February 3, 2009 This review is a user submitted review from Jeremy Aaron. You can see all of Jeremy Aaron's submitted reviews here.
12:24 PM on 03/24/09
Is there a ghost in my house?
It's a really good album if you can push back the it's-all-been-done-before factor. Nothing groundbreaking, just some good tunes.
05:29 PM on 03/24/09
The best happiness money can buy.
It's good, but come on now.
01:00 PM on 03/25/09
"Recommended If You Like
My Bloody Valentine's Loveless
The Smiths' The Queen Is Dead"
I may just look into this band.
03:29 PM on 03/25/09
you say you want a revolution.
08:09 AM on 03/26/09
Fuck yeah. Finally, a spot on review. This album is definitely a "contender" for my top albums this year.
08:12 AM on 03/26/09
I agree with your review. Good music that my mom will enjoy when I blast, but she can't suggest that I'm copying her.
08:44 AM on 03/26/09
I can not agree with calling it shoegaze.
09:09 AM on 03/26/09
I have heard so much buzz about this band that I will have to check this out.
10:09 AM on 03/26/09
This album is so much fun, all the songs are great, no filler.
12:48 PM on 03/26/09
I love this album. I'd say it's more twee like the Field Mice than it is shoegaze, due to the number of references such as "This Love Is Fucking Right!" being a tip of the hat to "This Love Is Not Wrong." You can definitely hear the My Bloody Valentine influence from their "Ecstasy & Wine" period though.
01:15 PM on 03/26/09
One song is good. Young Adult Friction
03:09 PM on 03/26/09
Also, great review, great band.