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Album Review

After Wholesale Meats and Fish failed to fulfill the potential of their debut, Letters to Cleo took two years off, switched drummers, and returned in 1997 with Go!. While the group still shows some signs of growing pains, it's a more successful and assured record than its predecessor, demonstrating that the group still can knock out a big, catchy power pop hook on occasion. It's a tougher record than Wholesale Meats and Fish, and the best moments on the album rival the best on Aurora Gory Alice. The main problem with Go! is that Letters to Cleo can't keep up their momentum over the course of the record. Still, the good points of the record illustrate that the group is improving, and that alone makes Go! a successful comeback.

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Letters to Cleo is a super awesome radcool band. Its a shame they don't have there cover of 'I want you to want me' from TTIHAY. Good movie! :D x


Formed: 1990 in Boston, MA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Melding hooky pop songs with the muscled approach of a rock band, Letters to Cleo formed in Boston in 1990. Guitarist Greg McKenna actually started Letters to Cleo as another group; when he began searching for a background singer to complete his lineup, he found Kay Hanley. A powerhouse vocalist who had previously performed in a local new wave group, Hanley remained with McKenna after the original band fell apart several months later. The band adopted a peppy power pop sound as well as a new name,...
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