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Album Review

The final release by Washington DC's giggle-pop quartet Blast Off Country Style, 1995's In My Arms is slightly less giddy than the group's earlier work, but it's not exactly serious, either. Evelyn Hurley's chirpy girl group-style vocals, now augmented by new member Allison Rigo's breathy harmonies, are as adorable as ever, but her lyrics are less flighty and silly (although "Bedtime Bandit" and "Rock It Man" are pretty goofy). The songs are on the speedy side of twee pop, a la Tiger Trap or Go Sailor, with a fizzy, manic quality that makes up for the sometimes simplistic melodies and skeletal production. In My Arms is hardly a record for the ages, but it's an adorable slice of rock and roll fun.


Formed: 1994 in Harrisonburg, VA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Taking their name from a Moog record, Blast Off Country Style emerged from the ashes of Sexual Milkshake and Two Faced Judy to become one of the Teenbeat record label's best and most unique acts of the 1990s. Formed in Harrisonburg, Virginia by former Sexual Milkshake drummer Chris Callahan, Two Faced Judy and Don't Panic bassist Phil Sweeney, guitarist Mary McCue, and vocalist Evelyn Hurley, Blast Off Country Style quickly went from being a joke among "serious" local musicians to playing second...
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