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2 reviews »New self titled album from The Ladybug Transistor which falls into the Beachwood Sparks category of tuneful countryish pop music with lashings of guitars and hammond organs. Also try Pavement circa Range Life. Indebted to the 1960's. On Track and Field (the sleeve smells nice too!). ... »

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The Ladybug Transistor by The Ladybug Transistor
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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 17 December 2006
New self titled album from The Ladybug Transistor which falls into the Beachwood Sparks category of tuneful countryish pop music with lashings of guitars and hammond organs. Also try Pavement circa Range Life. Indebted to the 1960's. On Track and Field (the sleeve smells nice too!).

8/10 Jack Customer review, 8th July 2015

If you are not familiar with this band, I would compare it to Belle & Sebastian's record Dear Catastrophe Waitress - both have a variety of singers (both male and female) with that sunny 70's AM rock feel. I really love Sasha Bell's voice, so I'm also planning on listening to Essex Green's "Long Goodbye" to hear her contributions to that album. Great band, great atmosphere, this is for sure an album that you can't miss if you are an indie music lover. The mosaic of delicate sounds, deep voice and excellent strings really make this album.


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