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Complete your Sister Vanilla collection. Fantastic album, kind of like a followup to Munki. Any Jesus and Mary Chain fan would love this album. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Fantastic album, kind of like a followup to Munki.
Sister Vanilla's Little Pop Rock is a Reid family reunion, with William and Jim providing guitars and production along with the occasional lead and backing vocals, and sister Linda (who sang Moe Tucker on the last Jesus and Mary Chain record to date, Munki) on lead vocals. It's a Jesus and Mary Chain reunion too because long-time JAMC member Ben Lurie is on board as well. Unsurprisingly, Little Pop Rock sounds a whole lot like a Jesus and Mary Chain record. One with a low-budget, lo-fi approach, but still very much of a piece with their late-period output
Though Little Pop Rock is Sister Vanilla's first album, the lineup effectively formed on the Mary Chain's 1998 swan song Munki, on which Linda lent her pretty-vacant vocals to the revved-up Ramones pastiche "Mo Tucker", a sprightly performance that contrasted sharply with the femme-fatale cameos the band routinely farmed out to Hope Sandoval
|Can't Stop The Rock||3:17|
|What Goes Around||2:40|
|K To Be Lost||4:40|
|The Two Of Us||3:21|
|Chem092CD||Sister Vanilla||Little Pop Rock (CD, Album)||Chemikal Underground||Chem092CD||UK||2007|
|PCD-23573||Sister Vanilla||Little Pop Rock (CD, Album)||P-Vine Records||PCD-23573||Japan||2005|
|CHUS 012||Sister Vanilla||Little Pop Rock (CD, Album)||Chemikal Underground||CHUS 012||US||2007|
|PCHEM092CD||Sister Vanilla||Little Pop Rock (CD, Album, Promo)||Chemikal Underground||PCHEM092CD||UK||2007|