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Rhapsody Originals by The Apples in Stereo

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Rhapsody Originals

The Apples in Stereo

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Album

Rhapsody Originals

The Apples in Stereo

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Label: Yep Roc
This pair of tracks from Apples In Stereo's New Magnetic Wonder proves that the band doesn't need to hide behind the paisley-printed studio effects to make its catchy psychedelic pop songs work. Sure, the background harmonies and lead vocals on "Play Tough" are a bit rough around the edges, but as Robert Schneider's voice splinters on the high notes, there's no shortage of loveably scrappy character. The B-side "Open Eyes" has even more grit, suggesting that the Apples might have missed their true calling as a garage band.

About This Album

This pair of tracks from Apples In Stereo's New Magnetic Wonder proves that the band doesn't need to hide behind the paisley-printed studio effects to make its catchy psychedelic pop songs work. Sure, the background harmonies and lead vocals on "Play Tough" are a bit rough around the edges, but as Robert Schneider's voice splinters on the high notes, there's no shortage of loveably scrappy character. The B-side "Open Eyes" has even more grit, suggesting that the Apples might have missed their true calling as a garage band.

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About This Album

This pair of tracks from Apples In Stereo's New Magnetic Wonder proves that the band doesn't need to hide behind the paisley-printed studio effects to make its catchy psychedelic pop songs work. Sure, the background harmonies and lead vocals on "Play Tough" are a bit rough around the edges, but as Robert Schneider's voice splinters on the high notes, there's no shortage of loveably scrappy character. The B-side "Open Eyes" has even more grit, suggesting that the Apples might have missed their true calling as a garage band.