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June 08, 1999
One Little Indian
Pop/Rock, Lo-Fi, Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock

Album Review

Her Wallpaper Reverie is the Apples in Stereo's finest effort to date -- the band's most overtly psychedelic record, it's also their most experimental, achieving a near-perfect balance between candy-colored popcraft and musique concrète-influenced interludes. In a sense, the disc is a response to the grand ambitions of fellow Elephant 6-ers Olivia Tremor Control and their likeminded Black Foliage album, but the Apples' integration of Beatlesque melodies and experimental noises is much more seamless; not only are Her Wallpaper Reverie's songs the best Robert Schneider's yet written, but they're produced with a new richness of detail -- from the wonderfully Lennon-esque "Strawberryfire" to the Kinks-ish "Ruby," the music positively shimmers.
Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Her Room Is a Rainy Garden (Wallpaper Reverie Theme)
  2. Morning Breaks (And Roosters Complain)
  3. The Shiney Sea
  4. The Significance of a Floral Print
  5. Strawberryfire
  6. From Outside, in Floats a Music Box
  7. Ruby
  8. She Looks Through Empty Windows
  9. Questions and Answers
  10. Drifting Patterns
  11. Y2K
  12. Les Amants
  13. Benefits of Lying (With Your Friend)
  14. Ruby, Tell Me
  15. Together They Dream into the Evening
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