Peter Bjorn and John – Seaside Rock LP
The last thing I would do to you guys is post Peter Bjorn and John – “Young Folk’s”, let’s be honest it was one of the catchiest tunes around and my favorite track when it came out but I honestly don’t think I could sit through it right now all the way thru. Well, PBJ came back and didn’t disappoint at all with a vinyl and digital only release that I couldn’t just post only one track of. I love the direction of this record, at times it’s like a poppy Bibio album and touches that 70s-80s PBS background music style but in hi-fi. If you’re going to ever buy an LP this year and don’t have a record player this is the purchase to make because the LP comes with a digital download and you can give the LP to friend and they’ll love you for it.
Peter Bjorn and John – School of Kraut[audio:kraut.mp3]
Peter Bjorn and John – Erik’s Fishing Trip[audio:fishing.mp3]
Peter Bjorn and John – At The Seaside[audio:seaside.mp3]
Peter Bjorn and John – Favour Of The Season[audio:favour.mp3]
7 Comments Leave A Comment
robber49 says:October 17, 2008 at 9:24 am
Sorry to be a spelling nazi, but the guy on the cover just “threw” a stone, and you couldn’t sit “through” the song right now.
Jakub says:October 17, 2008 at 9:38 am
i knew that ;) eeeeeeeesh
Rae Davis says:October 17, 2008 at 10:33 am
Sorry but the original track “Here Come The Young Folks” by Controller 7 is so much better. :)
Kirk Hansen says:October 17, 2008 at 1:55 pm
i was excited for him when i saw young folks on VH1 but once everyone started talking about it, i had the same feeling. Jut like the dissapointment when i ask people if they know zero 7 and they reply “yeah, they’re great!” then i find out they only know the one track from Garden State, ugh
frank says:October 17, 2008 at 6:05 pm
Oh man, that PBJ/Temptations mashup. Way to take two amazing songs and make something totally bland and tuneless!
barry says:October 18, 2008 at 2:56 am
‘up against the wall’ is an amazing track, off writers block.
dont know why theres so much pbj hating!
greg says:October 20, 2008 at 7:53 am
Nothing like a pb&j sandwich with the crusts cut off.