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Numbered limited edition of 500 on pink vinyl plus download. "New Adventures In Pop" collection [Issue 046] Mini album of nine songs from Tennis Club lasting just over twenty minutes; garage-surf-pop gems that sound like a mix of The Moldy Peaches, The Beach Boys, All Girl Summer Fun Band, Sonny & The Sunsets and The Ventures. Because when Tennis Club talk about music, they talk about surf, music from the 60s and contemporary lo-fi garage. These are songs that are short and fleeting in their beauty - songs that Wilson Hernandez makes in his house in Joplin, Missouri (USA). These are the compositions that Sean O'Dell interprets on drums with Tehya on bass. The thing is, an album like "Pink" can only come about in the most spontaneous way possible. It just happens. The one minute exactly of "Mexico City (Rich Girls)" and its garage style (in Spanish!) is in wild contrast to the velvety spirit of "Stay" in all its three minutes of glory (and it's the only song to cross the three minute-mark). Who can help playing "Vodka" twenty times in a row and falling in love with it every time? A minute and a half. Or get swept away by the wild freshness of "Pink Sweater! Pink Shoes!" or the overwhelming sweetness of "Baby".
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