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Posted by: Dave on May 1, 2006 at 1:51 pm

The Essex Green take you to a timeless place where it’s all smiles and fun. With a girl and two guys constantly swapping lead vocal and harmony duties, there’s no shortage of fresh, folky indie-pop – whether it captures the essence of the head-bobbing 60s British Invasion, the carefree California Summer of Love or the synthier and sexier sounds of The Go Gos and Blondie in the late 70s/early 80s. When it comes to irresistible, dual-gendered sweetness, The New Pornographers rule supreme nowadays, but The Essex Green are contenders.
Heavy Rotation tracks:This Isn’t Farmlifeicon“; “Snakes In the Grassicon
Medium Rotation tracks:Uniformicon“; “Don’t Know Why (You Stay)icon“; “The Prideicon“; “Elsinoreicon
Grade: B+ (Slight chance of making my Top 20 Albums of 2006)

(As posted 5/1/06 on davepowersmusic.com)
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