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Album Review

Evan Olson explores danceable productions and quirky, 21st century assemblage pop on Club Evos, his fourth solo effort and third for LoveCat Music. "Couldn't Get Worse," "Shoebox Blues," and "Let's Go Dancing" get by on melody when Olson's White Town-ish chattering gets tiresome. Meanwhile, upbeat, electronic-oriented stuff like "Tongue Burned" or "Go-Go" sound like the television program mood setters they're probably supposed to be. "Don't Know Why" is a decent appropriation of BT's pitch-shifted and pristine trance-house. Club Evos' last six tracks are largely instrumental. They range from big beat sounds through to the breathy backgrounds and plaintive lead guitar of "Sunset Drive." Evos lacks continuity, since most of its material seems designed for specific licensing opportunities. Still, Olson is adept enough at chameleonism to make most of it work.

Customer Reviews

Where are the rest of the songs?

This album actually has 20 songs, but iTunes only shows 16 available. There's a great song on the album called "Shake Waht You Got", but I can't find it anywhere on iTunes...

WHERE IS SHAKE WHAT YOU GOT?

Evan Olson is an amazing singer, but there are definitely tracks missing, most importantly, "Shake What You Got," which is a really fun funky type track that I can't find anywhere...

GET SHAKE WHAT YOU GOT ITUNES!!!!!

whats wrong with you guys we need that song on here!

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Singer/songwriter Evan Olson collaborated with Ben Folds in the late '80s, singing in his group Majosha. After that group disbanded, Olson sang and played guitar on Bus Stop's two albums, Little Faster and Miracle Time. He also maintained a solo career and had his music featured on TV shows like Melrose...
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