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July 17, 2001
SpinART Records
Pop/Rock, Neo-Psychedelia, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Rock

Album Review

Let's Go is a five-song collection of odds and ends that should please and appease Apples in Stereo fans between the band's full-length releases. Opening with the buoyant bebop pop of "Signal in the Sky" -- written especially for the television cartoon The Powerpuff Girls and included on that show's soundtrack -- the band has again created a shimmering soundtrack for afternoon summer BBQs and days at the shore. It's fitting, then, that the EP also includes a live cover of the Beach Boys' "Heroes & Villains," a longtime concert favorite that sounds ready-made for the ever-exuberant Apples in Stereo. Rounding out the release is the "Signal in the Sky" demo, an excellent solo-acoustic version of "Stream Running Over" (from the band's Discovery of a World Inside the Moone) and the new "If You Want to Wear a Hat." So while Let's Go isn't pushing any boundaries for the band, it offers up five more slices of pure pop that fans have come to expect of the Apples in Stereo.
Jimmy Draper, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Signal in the Sky (Let's Go) - (acoustic demo)
  2. If You Want to Wear a Hat
  3. Heroes and Villains
  4. Stream Running Over - (acoustic version)
  5. Signal in the Sky (Let's Go) - (acoustic demo)
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