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The English-as-a-second-language syntax of their album title notwithstanding, edibleRed are a New York-based band with a distinctly downtown sense of rock & roll attitude. The cello is prominently featured in their sound, but for the most part it's one voice woven into a ragged tapestry of corrosive guitars and airtight beats. This is music with a personality, even a pose, but it doesn't think it's hipper than you. Combine that deceptively subtle balancing act with a frontwoman with bright magenta hair and a spectacular voice, and what could go wrong? Unfortunately, plenty can still go wrong if the lyrics are dumb and the hooks aren't strong enough to distract you ...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
The English-as-a-second-language syntax of their album title notwithstanding, edibleRed are a New York-based band with a distinctly downtown sense of rock & roll attitude. The cello is prominently featured in their sound, but for the most part it's one voice woven into a ragged tapestry of corrosive guitars and airtight beats. This is music with a personality, even a pose, but it doesn't think it's hipper than you. Combine that deceptively subtle balancing act with a frontwoman with bright magenta hair and a spectacular voice, and what could go wrong? Unfortunately, plenty can still go wrong if the lyrics are dumb and the hooks aren't strong enough to distract you from them, and those are exactly the problems with edibleRed's debut album. Collette McLafferty is an exceptional singer and a charismatic bandleader, but her lyrics need some serious work. Couplets like "Sexy when you sing/Bada boom bada bing" ("Sugar and Spring") and "Happy truly and spiritually aligned and high/It's alright if we don't fight when we don't see eye to eye" ("2012") are barely redeemed by the songs' consistently powerful guitar parts and bludgeoning beats. In a few cases, such as the complex and interesting (if overlong) "Purify" and the soaring "Hey Ya," it's easy to let yourself be drawn in by the band's sheer musical power. But when the songs rely on lyrical content to maintain your interest, the results can be embarrassing. This is a band with tons of promise, but edibleRed still have some work to do.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/22/2007
  • Label: Select / Ada
  • UPC: 010912168224
  • Catalog Number: 21682

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 At Hello (3:59)
  2. 2 2012 (2:49)
  3. 3 Hey Ya (4:49)
  4. 4 Meaning of Shady, Pt. 2 (3:17)
  5. 5 Rectify (4:40)
  6. 6 Paralyzed (3:18)
  7. 7 Television (4:37)
  8. 8 Sugar and Spring (3:42)
  9. 9 Silently Screaming (5:41)
  10. 10 Purify (6:01)
  11. 11 Purple Duck (4:16)
  12. 12 Better Days (6:23)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
edibleRed Primary Artist
Nik Chinboukas Guitar, Background Vocals
Dave Eggar Piano, Cello, Background Vocals, Group Member
Caleb Sherman Piano
Meg Okura Violin
Kurt Nepogoda Background Vocals, Hand Clapping
Lucia Micarelli Violin
Collette McLafferty Vocals, Group Member
Tom Papadatos Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals, Hand Clapping, Group Member
Sean McMechen Guitar, Background Vocals, Group Member
Marty Osterer Bass, Group Member
Technical Credits
Chris Gehringer Mastering
Tim Conklin Engineer
Nik Chinboukas Producer, Engineer
Amy Bennick Graphic Design
Brian Zipin Composer
André Benjamin Composer
Dan Skye Producer, Engineer
Fred Munao Producer
Caleb Sherman Producer, Engineer
Brad Alexander Composer
edibleRed Composer
Collette McLafferty Composer
Tom Papadatos Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    edible red..good all the way down!

    It's about time a band came around and played music with real instruments lead by a powerful voice. Edible Red is like no other. This band really does bring a fresh view to rock and makes it fun. It is rock’n’roll music you can dance too, yet funky enough to be different. Soul shaking beats, smooth bass, dramatic strings, and a sexy powerful voice. Definitely worth the buy!!!

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