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On the Rocks

by BETTY

More creative craziness as BETTY take their extraordinary sound of big close vocal harmonies stacked on top of tough rhythm sections and exotic sounds to new levels.
Genre: Pop: Party Pop
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1. Sticky Rice
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2. Best Kind of Perfect
3:44 $0.99
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3. Cold as Ice
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4. Little Boi
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5. Unbound
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6. Sue's with Stevie
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7. Jerusalem
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8. Penelope
2:38 $0.99
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9. Everybody's Somebody
3:53 $0.99
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10. New Year's Eve
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11. Barnyard
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12. Remarkable (For Anne)
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13. Rise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Has it been that long? Seems like yesterday that BETTY started developing their extraordinary sound of big close vocal harmonies stacked on top of tough rhythm sections and exotic sounds. On The Rocks goes further again, years on.

The songs were developed taking more development time than usually possible, and it shows, but they still build on the energy of previous efforts. No-one’s quieting down around here. From the frivolity of Sticky Rice to the haunting, passionate lines of Jerusalem, these new songs take BETTY’s power and impact to a new level. Similarly, wistful songs like Remarkable (For Anne) and Best Kind Of Perfect contrast with Penelope. A song about a centipede with tired, sore feet doesn’t have much in common with most. There’s more creative craziness going on here (again).

Alyson Palmer: vocals, bass
Amy Ziff: vocals, cello
Elizabeth Ziff: vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion, sequencing/programming, additional production

Recorded by Mike Thorne at The Stereo Society, New York City.
Drums recorded by Ross Petersen at Avatar Studios, New York City
Mixed by Ross Petersen at Avatar Studios, New York City
Mastered by Joe Lambert at JLM Sound,
Produced by Mike Thorne

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