This one took a couple listens to grow on me. I think the first time I listened to it, I was thrown because it wasn't what i was expecting. It think the next time I tried listening to it I was at work and it was just playing in the background and I couldn't really concentrate on the music. The third time I listened to it was with headphones as I was walking to work. That was a far better way to judge the music. That's certainly true for just about any music, but was definitely the case here.
The opening track "Her Head's Revolving" sounds like a precursor to Suede. In fact the day I "really" listened to this record I immediately listened to "Animal Nitrate" and "The Drowners".
This band was kind of short lived but the members went on to do other projects. They sound kind of ahead of their time in my opinion. They sound like they belong to the 90's and not so much the 80's. Probably the reason they weren't very successful at the time. They were part what was called the LA Paisley Underground scene. Something I know very little about. For more about the band read here.
Have a listen and let me know what you think.
01 Her Head's Revolving.m4a
02 Each And Every Lonely Heart.m4a
04 Mrs. Green.m4a
05 Hand In Hand.m4a
06 Knowing When You Smile.m4a
07 Half The Way There.m4a
08 Simon In The Park.m4a
09 Another World.m4a
10 The Girl With The Guitar.m4a
11 Spun Gold.m4a
Here's the whole thing. The Three O'clock.zip