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Review: LMNOP.com

Can too much money hurt a band? Such may have been the case with Minibar. Despite the fact that the band's last album (Road Movies released on the Universal label) was great...the excessive marketing and manufacturing campaign left thousands upon thousands of copies unbought on web sites, in used record stores, and even at yard sales. And that is a shame...because these London transplants have a great deal to offer. Perhaps Fly Below the Radar ...released on a smaller label...will solve the problem. The album is at least as good...if not better...than Road Moves. Like its predecessor, the album features wildly melodic pop that is polished to perfection. The band's three part harmonies are virtually perfect. For those who love pure pop, it just doesn't get much better than this. This album is chock full of lush, hummable, and beautiful gems. Transfixing tunes include "It Is What It Is," "Somebody Down Here Loves You," "Badlands," and "Snake Buckle Belt." Fantastic stuff. (Rating: 5++)

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Last updated: Oct 01, 2006 - 04:01 PM PDT

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