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All around a solid album, but I feel that they have settled into a bit of a groove and aren't being as outwardly creative as they have been in the past. Maybe that's my hope for the fun songs they've done in the past. Solid collection to their already great portfolio. Chromeo really did a great job with this one. Unlike Business Casual, which chills out on the second side, this keeps up the energy the whole way through.
That would really be amazing! It's a little frustrating that it's a 2LP album which some people like but I just find annoyingbut at 53 minutes trying to fit it on one disc is pushing the length for a single LP, so I understand why that was chosen. If you're reading this review as someone who already enjoys Chromeo's sound wondering if White Women is for you, stop reading right now and go buy the album.
It has everything you've come to love about the Funklordz. Nothing but love for the ladies in every song, P on talkbox albeit less than previous albumsbig words that you have to pull out a dictionary for I'm Home Boys - The Home Boys - Ouch (Vinyl) at you "attenuate" and "acrimony"Home Boys - The Home Boys - Ouch (Vinyl), saxiphone solos, and nonstop thrilling funk that will have you moving all summer long.
The throwback 80s sound is extremely popular right now, and no band has been doing it better than Chromeo. Several of the songs off White Women evoke such a feeling of nostalgia I feel like I should be sitting in front of a console television watching new episodes of Miami Vice, it's that authentic.
From the 10 year old, almost primitive in comparison album "She's in Control" they just keep refining their sound; getting better and more funky with each offering. White Women is Home Boys - The Home Boys - Ouch (Vinyl) down their best album yet, and it will be hard to top.
It feels tacked on and lacks that Chromeo polish that the rest of the album shines with. It would have been much better had they dropped it off. If I had to pick a different least favorite song it might be Frequent Flyer, it's a little cheesy for my taste, but it's in a distant second to last place from Ezra. Overall a solid album for existing fans and people new to electrofunk as well.
May cause Gluteus Maximus, and Podiatry exertion. Here's one that starts out rocken and remains so for a really long time, almost every track. That title, "white Woman" might cause some discussions, but if you're not the philosophical type, you'll probably forget it anyway, and just tell your friends, "yair! This one doesn't have a parental advisory, however, you might want to decrease the volume in the office on tracks like Over Your Shoulder.
And even though you've got small breasts But to me they look the best I confess I wanna go home and get you undressed. Might not help with your job performance reports, than again.
I like it! Can you tell already? A very cool and very homogeneous album where the same lame disco from the 80s that we all loved to hate sounds funny and cool because of the geeky vibe radiating from the band. And the funny lyrics: I know you've heard this a hundred times, to me what matters is what's inside And a little backside too Is that bad, is that taboo?
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