Korea Girl - Reunion album FLAC
The date is here, and it's been ten years no. nd it's time for m. hy would I spend more time with people that I hate,Couldn't wait to leave behind?Would we dance, make a toast,As you boast about the things that you haven't done. Oh joy, the thrills, this is fu. own the hallways I still rememberThe things you said. And I hang my head lo. nd I try not to feel.
This is odd, an Asian Man Records release that doesn't feature a horn section, a checkered black-and-white album cover, or a lyrical content that deals with high school crushes. Instead, Korea Girl offers up an honest feel of quiet pop that has more of a female-fronted, Sunny Day Real Estate influence. Although remaining at a mid-tempo pace, the title track of"Reunion" is a pleasant surprise coming from a label that's known for their catalog of ska-pop-punk
I enjoyed this album, which I got from Asian Man Records. I especially like this song. I have all the mp3s from this album. if you want I can send them to you. 9 years назад. does anybody knows where anyone can download this album? i want to hear more! :( 10 years назад. I love them ! Korea Girl is so 1337.
They released one CD (Korea Girl in 1997; rereleased in 1999 with additional bonus tracks) and one 7" (Reunion also in 1997) on Asian Man Records, and also appear on various Asian Man compilation CDs as well as a video/DVD. Korea Girl was declared Album of the Year in 1997 by radio station KSCU. The group's name was presumably inspired by the fact that Yi is of Korean descent. The cover of their self-titled album depicts, in cartoon fashion, a schoolgirl carrying two revolvers
The best album by Korea Girl is Korea Girl which is ranked number 9,292 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score. Korea Girl - Korea Girl Lyrics and Tracklist Genius. com K Korea Girl. Korea Girl Korea Girl.
Korea Girl was an American indie rock band from San Jose, California. The band's members included Elizabeth Yi on vocals and guitar, Tobin Mori on guitar, vocals, and keyboard, Summer on electric bass guitar and Marc Duarte on drums. The group received a Bammie (Bay Area Music Award) nomination in 1997 for Outstanding Independent Album. Che Chou later joined the band temporarily, but does not appear on any of the group's recordings. Scott Landucci later replaced Duarte on drums.
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- Artwork By – Mori*
- Bass – Summer
- Drums – Marc Duarte (tracks: A), Scott Landucci (tracks: B)
- Producer – Mori*
- Vocals, Guitar – Elizabeth Yi, Tobin*
Side A recorded winter '96.
Side B recorded summer '97.
(c) 1997 Cagey Monkey Music
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