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New Magnetic Wonder

by The Apples in Stereo

New Magnetic Wonder by The Apples in Stereo

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New Magnetic Wonder

by The Apples in Stereo

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Label: Yep Roc Records
Apple's leader Robert Schneider finds Electric Light Orchestra as a primary inspiration for the band's shimmering sixth record, and much here evokes Jeff Lynne's brilliantly puffy sugar-high pop. After kicking things off with the low-brow gallop of "Can You Feel It?" the record offers a tall pour of vocodered Fauntleroy embellishments, cowbell-hammered choruses and "Do Ya" style doo-wop backing vocals. On many of the tunes, Schneider claims to have used his newly invented "non-Pythagorean" scale. That must be the way the kids are saying "fancy pants" these days.

About This Album

Apple's leader Robert Schneider finds Electric Light Orchestra as a primary inspiration for the band's shimmering sixth record, and much here evokes Jeff Lynne's brilliantly puffy sugar-high pop. After kicking things off with the low-brow gallop of "Can You Feel It?" the record offers a tall pour of vocodered Fauntleroy embellishments, cowbell-hammered choruses and "Do Ya" style doo-wop backing vocals. On many of the tunes, Schneider claims to have used his newly invented "non-Pythagorean" scale. That must be the way the kids are saying "fancy pants" these days.

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About This Album

Apple's leader Robert Schneider finds Electric Light Orchestra as a primary inspiration for the band's shimmering sixth record, and much here evokes Jeff Lynne's brilliantly puffy sugar-high pop. After kicking things off with the low-brow gallop of "Can You Feel It?" the record offers a tall pour of vocodered Fauntleroy embellishments, cowbell-hammered choruses and "Do Ya" style doo-wop backing vocals. On many of the tunes, Schneider claims to have used his newly invented "non-Pythagorean" scale. That must be the way the kids are saying "fancy pants" these days.