Just Colour - The Lollipop Shoppe Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: The Lollipop Shoppe / CD released 2008-07-28 by Rev-Ola
Newest Review: ... in 1968 as the band's sole album, it tends to have the less snarly sound of Eastern US garage but the music retains the ... more
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by - written on 31/03/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
The front cover of this album may look like a neon version of the Adam's family house, it's the cover of Oregon based 60s psychedelic garage band The Lolipop Shoppe who were encouraged to go with for the rather cheesy name by their manager in the hope they'd do well on the back of the bubblegum pop around at the time. Released in 1968 as the band's sole album, it tends to have the less snarly sound of Eastern US garage but the music retains the psychedelic aspect. The songs and lyrics are surprisingly depressing though, a rarity amongst contemporary garage bands and also a bit out of sorts when compared to their early work as the band The Weeds. The ... Read the complete review
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