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Customer Reviews

1st LP I ever purchased!

Imagine my surprise today, when on a lark, I searched for a particular tune.......and not only found it, but the entire album as I remember to this day, 41 years later! I have very fond memories of buying this LP from one of the local grocery stores back in '69. With chore money I'd managed to save up. I think it was $3.99 or $2.99, and that was a bit back then.

Not only "Jingle Jangle", but especially "Justine" stuck in my head for all these years. And it'll be great to listen to these in the car, or iPod to start off this new decade!

Thanks iTunes.

strange but true!

A few years ago a friend passed this album through Garage Band to slow it the same proportion as a 45 RPM record played at 33. The chipmunkish vocals and unreal rubber-band-powered speed of this album mellow to a pretty normal overall sound. And the perfection demanded by Kirshner's production preserves the shiny-plastic sheen of the Archies even at a snail's pace.

Give that a try. "She's Putting Me Through Changes" is an especially reflective tune at 3/4 the speed. Gets stuck in my head often.

Biography

Formed: 1968 in Riverdale

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Most '60s bubblegum groups were faceless studio concoctions, made up of hired professionals and given nominal group identities after the fact. The Archies made no pretense of being a real band in the first place -- their music, including the smash hit "Sugar, Sugar," was "performed" by the animated TV cartoon characters spun off from Archie comics. In reality, of course, they were a studio concoction made up of hired professionals (most notably lead singer Ron Dante), but in this case, they weren't...
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