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Album Review

A Family Album, the Verve Pipe's first LP for kids, went so well that the group — aka Brian Vander Ark — jumped at the chance to record a second one in 2013. Are We There Yet? is cut from the same cloth as A Family Album — it's another ten-song set of shamelessly exuberant, singalong pop — but it doesn’t feel as if the Verve Pipe is reworking tired ground. Part of that is due to the album being so irrepressibly cheerful it gives off the impression of perpetual movement, but most of it is due to Brian Vander Ark and Donny Brown's talents, which lie in this kind of big, bright pop. They're clever pop craftsman whose talents extend beyond the mere writing of the song; they can also make a good pop record, layering instruments and effects to give the impression of joyful chaos. Just like they did on A Family Album, the Verve Pipe sound like they're having a blast on Are We There Yet? so it's easy for the whole family to have a good time with this nifty little record.


Formed: 1992 in Lansing, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Primarily known for their post-grunge blockbuster hit "The Freshmen," the Verve Pipe formed in 1992 in Lansing, Michigan, where frontman Brian Vander Ark pieced his group together from the ashes of two local bands. He and his brother, bassist Brad Vander Ark, had previously played in Johnny with an Eye, while drummer Donny Brown and guitarist Brian Stout were veterans of Water 4 the Pool. Both bands had been local favorites throughout Michigan, which helped the newly formed Verve Pipe become a local...
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