Kelly's Heels – Dig In!

Popboomerang

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Format: CD
LabelPopboomerang Records
Catalogue: PB013
Country: Australia
Year: 2004

Condition: New 

1. Sabrina
2. Don’t Get Me Started
3. Tell Me If It’s Over
4. Should’ve Seen Her
5. You Don’t Know Her
6. The Easy Way
7. How Much Worse?
8. She Knows
9. Can You Count The Stars?
10. Faded Out (unreleased)
11. Making Me Go On
12. Light In The Dark (remix)
13. I Want Doesn’t Get (remix)
14. She Doesn’t Know It’s Wrong (remix)
15. Kitten Heels
16. Small a (remix)
17. Waiting For A Sign (remix)
18. Someone Somewhere (3CB remix)
19. Xring (demo)


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UK act Kelly’s Heels sprung out of the wreckage of post-punk guitar-pop outfit The Ashes with 1998’s Gone Off Pop?!? album.

Initially conceived as a recording band only, the roar of the greasepaint proved too tempting and a few live shows surrounding 1999’s Blunt Cut album prompted an invitation to the first New York International Pop Overthrow, followed by increasingly wild appearances in Chicago, Hollywood and at Liverpool’s legendary Cavern Club.

Dig In! – Popboomerang’s new Kelly’s Heels compilation cherry picks from those two albums, stirring in a couple of unreleased tracks and a handful of remixes from the 3rd Heels album, Bent Over Backwards. For good measure there’s even a remix taken from last year’s Three Chord Brag.

With song-writing pitched at some convergence of Beatles, Kinks and Lovin’ Spoonful, Kelly’s Heels obviously realise the ‘60s are over but want to compete against the very best.

"The melody of the '60s injected with the mayhem of the '70s" - Gary Pig Gold

”non-stop-hooks that makes you hit the repeat button again and again ... gorgeous melodies and super-catchy choruses” – Goran Obradovich, Popism

"Kelly`s Heels is doing some of the finest, most consistently listenable, Fab Four-inspired, power pop on the planet. " – Not Lame Records

”high-energy, killer pop toons. Remember: it's not retro, it's timeless. Know the difference and get to know Kelly's Heels” John M. Borack, Goldmine Magazine




Collections: 2000s, CD, English Artists

Category: Album, CD, Compilation, New

Type: CD (Jewel Case)


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