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Album Review

As the Fountains of Wayne and Ben Folds will tell you, there's a risk that comes with wryness. Go too far and you're in the company of Weird Al Yankovic. Chicago's Baby Teeth escape such a fate on the unfortunately titled The Baby Teeth Album by a delightfuly thin margin, as evidenced by the amusing, capable piano ballad "Mighty Time" — where singer/keyboardist Pearly Sweets' Elton-like delivery and the band's overall easy listening allure collide with drug abuse via lyrics like "Just bring all the blow that you can find." This is pop in the vein of 1970s stylists like Chicago and Hall & Oates minus the seriousness. The group's success is limited, however, as the minute-long "Mandy" exhibits, while the Genesis-like progressive rock ballad "Dream" is about as welcome as an Abacab album cut. Still, Sweets' occasional pop blunders succeed more than they fail, as affirmed by the smile-inducing funk charmer "Celebrity Wedding." ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

Customer Reviews

midwest is the best

great album, great band live. If you like having fun, instead of feeling bad buy this. If you like to dance, go to their show. Also go see the Deatholz (the bassist's other band) and buy their CD when it comes out too. From the korg-melodrama of "end of actress" to the groove of 'mighty time" this record is a sing along solid gold hit.

yum yum gimme some

i really like this album a lot... i can't figure out who they remind me of...but they have a classic sound. i love it.


Formed: May, 2003 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Vocalist/keyboardist Pearly Sweets (born Abraham Levitan), drummer Peter Andreadis, and bassist Jim Cooper comprise the theatrically wry Baby Teeth. Hailing from Chicago, the indie rock trio formed in 2003 under an assortment of influences: Elton John, Hall & Oates, prog rock, and D.C. punk. The Baby Teeth Album marked their album debut for Lujo in summer 2005. The For the Heathers EP followed a year later. Baby Teeth also performed at the annual South by Southwest conference later that March, playing...
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