The Daisyheads | She Loves Me She Loves Me Not

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She Loves Me She Loves Me Not

by The Daisyheads

Jangly guitar pop from the darlings of Adelaide's indie music scene in the early 1990s. This EP is sunshine in a jar, lyrical poetry, dreamy harmonies, and a classic sparkling feel.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. The Blue Bouquet
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2. Knocking From the Inside
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3. Up
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4. The Window Bright Like Sky
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5. Black Viola
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6. Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Among the lightness and longing of their twelve string pop heaven is the barb of '60s lead guitar... for those who care about the enduring qualities of good music and good songwriting...
-Alex Wheaton, dB Magazine

The Daisyheads have a sound that immediately captures your attention in the most subtle way while the lyrics become an emotional outpour. I like that.
-Sash, Rip It Up Magazine

You have to admire the way The Daisyheads couple appealing lyrics and melodic guitars into catchy songs. From the 60s-ish Black Viola to the soaring strains of Up and the lavish swirls of the 12-string guitar on the album's obvious highlight, the poetic The Window Bright Like Sky, there is true talent.
-Shane Sutton

Vaguely whimsical, vaguely psychedelic and vaguely magnificent.
- L'Angella Mysteriossa, Tempi Musici

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christy

the daisyhesds
The immediacy of this album hooks you straight away! Feelings conjured with the consummate ease of the best poetry but with the lightness of the best pop music! A glorious, colourful mix that satisfies and yet leaves you wanting more! Simply Fabulous!
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