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On Palberta5000, Ani Ivry-Block, Lily Konigsberg, andNina Ryser max out traditional pop forms-blowing thegenre out into lush, kinetic extensions-to create theirown hardcore style of popular music. Together these 16adventurous, hyper-melodic tracks represent the band'smost accessible album by far-one that is bursting at theseams with vocal hooks and exuberant playing.Palberta5000 was recorded with Matt Lambozza (PALM,Shimmer), whose Peekskill, New York, studio is locatedin the original home and family lamp-store of Paul Reuben (Pee Wee Herman). Lambozza's recording and mixcapture the band's rollicking instrumentation and vocalprecision with greater clarity than anyone has before.Tracks like the emotionally chaotic "Before I Got Here,"which charges hard before turning on a dime into ahypnotic krout-surf outro, convey the panicked feeling offalling in love, while Palberta's ear for pop music makesitself apprent on heart-melting harmonies like thosefround on "Corner Store." Adding variation to Palberta5000's well thought-out song cycle are lavish downtempo jams ilke the slow waltz that is "The Way That YouDo," and the enchanting "Red Antz."Taken together, these songs create a full album experience, and one that is sure to excite the band's devotedfollowing while welcoming new fans along for the ride.
On Palberta5000, Ani Ivry-Block, Lily Konigsberg, andNina Ryser max out traditional pop forms-blowing thegenre out into lush, kinetic extensions-to create theirown hardcore style of popular music. Together these 16adventurous, hyper-melodic tracks represent the band'smost accessible album by far-one that is bursting at theseams with vocal hooks and exuberant playing.Palberta5000 was recorded with Matt Lambozza (PALM,Shimmer), whose Peekskill, New York, studio is locatedin the original home and family lamp-store of Paul Reuben (Pee Wee Herman). Lambozza's recording and mixcapture the band's rollicking instrumentation and vocalprecision with greater clarity than anyone has before.Tracks like the emotionally chaotic "Before I Got Here,"which charges hard before turning on a dime into ahypnotic krout-surf outro, convey the panicked feeling offalling in love, while Palberta's ear for pop music makesitself apprent on heart-melting harmonies like thosefround on "Corner Store." Adding variation to Palberta5000's well thought-out song cycle are lavish downtempo jams ilke the slow waltz that is "The Way That YouDo," and the enchanting "Red Antz."Taken together, these songs create a full album experience, and one that is sure to excite the band's devotedfollowing while welcoming new fans along for the ride.
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Palberta5000 - White [Colored Vinyl] (Wht)
Artist: Palberta
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $25.99
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1. No Way
2. Big Bad Want
3. Never to Go
4. The Cow
5. Fragile Place
6. In Again
7. Hey!
8. Red Antz
9. Summer Sun
10. Eggs N' Bac'
11. Corner Store
12. I'm Z'done
13. Something in the Way
14. The Way That You Do
15. All Over My Face
16. Before I Got Here

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On Palberta5000, Ani Ivry-Block, Lily Konigsberg, andNina Ryser max out traditional pop forms-blowing thegenre out into lush, kinetic extensions-to create theirown hardcore style of popular music. Together these 16adventurous, hyper-melodic tracks represent the band'smost accessible album by far-one that is bursting at theseams with vocal hooks and exuberant playing.Palberta5000 was recorded with Matt Lambozza (PALM,Shimmer), whose Peekskill, New York, studio is locatedin the original home and family lamp-store of Paul Reuben (Pee Wee Herman). Lambozza's recording and mixcapture the band's rollicking instrumentation and vocalprecision with greater clarity than anyone has before.Tracks like the emotionally chaotic "Before I Got Here,"which charges hard before turning on a dime into ahypnotic krout-surf outro, convey the panicked feeling offalling in love, while Palberta's ear for pop music makesitself apprent on heart-melting harmonies like thosefround on "Corner Store." Adding variation to Palberta5000's well thought-out song cycle are lavish downtempo jams ilke the slow waltz that is "The Way That YouDo," and the enchanting "Red Antz."Taken together, these songs create a full album experience, and one that is sure to excite the band's devotedfollowing while welcoming new fans along for the ride.
        
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