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Cheap Girls: Giant OrangeGiant Orange (2012)
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: thepopeofchili-townthepopeofchili-town
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With just one listen to Giant Orange, Cheap Girls’ Rise Records debut, and unquestionably the best thing they’ve done to date, it becomes clear just how far the group has come since their debut, Find Me a Drink Home, four years ago. While that album displayed a style heavily indebted to '80s college rock, and its follow up My Roaring 20’s featured a more '90s radio rock/Gin Blossom-influenced sound, Giant Orange features their most modern sounding production to date, courtesy of Against Me!’s Tom Gabel, which allows the songs to be appreciated on their own merits, rather than looked at as attempts to revive the sounds of past eras.
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