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Paris Berlin by Stereo Total

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Paris Berlin

Stereo Total

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Album

Paris Berlin

Stereo Total

Play on Napster
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Label: Disko B
Stereo Total's kitsch doesn't sound as fresh on their eighth album as it has in the past. That's kind of a funny thing to say, but it's a compliment. Rather than working the bratty novelty-act angle, the duo seems to have settled into their vintage rock, surrounding themselves with quirky musical tchotchkes and getting comfy enough to have a nice, bilingual chat. Oddly, those homey digs sometimes sound like someone else's turf (namely, Shonen Knife on tracks like "Plastic"), but Stereo Total has made a rather successful career out of creating really innovative music out of recycled materials.

About This Album

Stereo Total's kitsch doesn't sound as fresh on their eighth album as it has in the past. That's kind of a funny thing to say, but it's a compliment. Rather than working the bratty novelty-act angle, the duo seems to have settled into their vintage rock, surrounding themselves with quirky musical tchotchkes and getting comfy enough to have a nice, bilingual chat. Oddly, those homey digs sometimes sound like someone else's turf (namely, Shonen Knife on tracks like "Plastic"), but Stereo Total has made a rather successful career out of creating really innovative music out of recycled materials.

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About This Album

Stereo Total's kitsch doesn't sound as fresh on their eighth album as it has in the past. That's kind of a funny thing to say, but it's a compliment. Rather than working the bratty novelty-act angle, the duo seems to have settled into their vintage rock, surrounding themselves with quirky musical tchotchkes and getting comfy enough to have a nice, bilingual chat. Oddly, those homey digs sometimes sound like someone else's turf (namely, Shonen Knife on tracks like "Plastic"), but Stereo Total has made a rather successful career out of creating really innovative music out of recycled materials.