Have you ever heard a song and it sounds like a memory? Well that is exactly how Club Called Awesome! by The Singing Lizard is to me. I was born in the late 70s so I'm really a child of the 80s and this album reminds me of the music we listened to as a kid back then. Of course it has a bit of a modern twist but this upbeat and energetic album is a bit of a flashback to sweeter times!
About:Inspired by Radiohead, Daft Punk, and Bjork, Liz DeRoche wrote, recorded, mixed, and performed all the vocals and every instrument on Club Called Awesome. The thirteen original songs on the album are replete with highly imaginative, plot-driven lyrics, tight electronic elements, and anthemic choruses that touch on themes ranging from starting a club where everyone's invited, being yourself, and trying new things, to enjoying the outdoors and growing up. Tracks: Club Called AwesomeBeat Bot The RobotGrowing UpCelebrateI SpyBe YourselfMy BalloonFeeling BlueShow Me Your HappySpace RaceChugga ChuggaTake A BitePeace Sign
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I simply loved this album. It is techo, pop and jazzy all in one. The album celebrates childhood and reassures kids to be themselves and enjoy the time. Songs like Growing Up remind us and our kiddos about all they can do. Show Me Your Happy explorers happiness and sharing that vibe. This album is pure, clean fun. I feel like I should put on a pair of jellys (shoes) grab my cassette recorder and best friend, go outside and lay in the grass to listen, dance and sing along! This modern approach to classic sounds of the past is a pure treat!
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