The Apples in Stereo are currently riding high with their astounding new album, so it seems time to revisit their debut. "Fun Trick Noisemaker" is a shining, colourful swirl of lo-fi pop music, with a sort of sunny sixties vibe under the fuzz. It's not their most polished work, but it is a delightful little album with plenty of spirit/5(15).
Recorded on 8-track analog, October to February , at Brandt Larson's house (Glendora, CA) and Kyle Jones' house (Denver, CO). CD Mastered at Audio Park. Barcode and Other /5(31).
What happened to me, wake me up from this dream I want my Green Machine, don't wanna keep myself clean Where can I go, I feel I'm running low A cinema show to forget what I know, to forget Saturdays and "Superfriends" These are things that I .
The album opens with a plundered bit of sonic ephemera from an old stereo-effects demonstration record that plunges directly into the manic throb of "Tidal Wave," where Hilarie Sidney 's thudding drums sound like "I Want Candy" on speed and Robert Schneider's goofy mixed-metaphor lyrics and boyish vocals blend with sci-fi vintage synth whooshes and a killer fuzz-guitar riff out of the Fillmore West's 9/