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Album Review

Save Yourself, the Make-Up's sixth album in just over three years, reflects not only the group's prolific nature but the corresponding growth spurt in their sound as well. Though it's not as eclectic as their singles compilation I Want Some, Save Yourself's nine tracks include rave-ups like "White Belts" and moody, psychedelic pieces like the title track and "I Am Pentagon." Brendan Canty's clean production and the songs' intricate arrangements make this album the most accomplished and limber blend of punk, gospel, psychedelia, and soul from the Make-Up — that is, until their next album.


Genre: Alternative

Indie-punk subversives the Make-Up emerged from the ashes of the seminal Washington, D.C. outfit Nation of Ulysses, reuniting vocalist Ian Svenonious, guitarist James Canty, and drummer Steve Gamboa (who together also previously teamed in the short-lived Cupid Car Club, M.P. as well as the T.A.M.I. Show). Completing the lineup with bassist Michelle Mae, the Make-Up surfaced in early 1995 with their debut single "Blue Is Beautiful," the first call-to-arms to spring from their self-styled liberation...
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