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Ridin' In My Car

by She & Him

Volume Two by She & Him

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Ridin' In My Car

by She & Him

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Label: Merge Records
Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward return with another set of songs that sound like they were beamed in from some magical transistor radio. This time out there is a stronger country vibe, but melancholy-streaked sunshine pop is still a big part of the appeal. Deschanel's very real songwriting talents and pitch-perfect vocals truly deliver, but they can also stop the album from gelling as a unified piece (Joe Pernice may understand). Still, it's hard to complain when you get songs as good as "In the Sun," "Thieves" and "Home." And really, there isn't a bum track here.

About This Album

Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward return with another set of songs that sound like they were beamed in from some magical transistor radio. This time out there is a stronger country vibe, but melancholy-streaked sunshine pop is still a big part of the appeal. Deschanel's very real songwriting talents and pitch-perfect vocals truly deliver, but they can also stop the album from gelling as a unified piece (Joe Pernice may understand). Still, it's hard to complain when you get songs as good as "In the Sun," "Thieves" and "Home." And really, there isn't a bum track here.

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About This Album

Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward return with another set of songs that sound like they were beamed in from some magical transistor radio. This time out there is a stronger country vibe, but melancholy-streaked sunshine pop is still a big part of the appeal. Deschanel's very real songwriting talents and pitch-perfect vocals truly deliver, but they can also stop the album from gelling as a unified piece (Joe Pernice may understand). Still, it's hard to complain when you get songs as good as "In the Sun," "Thieves" and "Home." And really, there isn't a bum track here.