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Album Review

With their lead singer sensually delivering her witty lyrics in five different languages while the band skillfully flirts with house, dub, and plenty of other cosmopolitan genres of music in the background, the Brazilian Girls' Talk to La Bomb revisits nearly all the elements that made their 2005 self-titled debut such a thrill, but the songwriting has slipped a bit, welcoming the beloved act to the sophomore slump. With great ideas hidden deep inside wandering tracks and more loose numbers than it should have, Talk to La Bomb feels a lot like the B-sides and remixes collections plenty of other bands follow a killer debut with, which means fans will get something substantial out of it but they won't be able to convert their friends. There's still some solid reason to cheer for the band with the Ric Ocasek-produced "Last Call" being a delicious kind of comfortable pop-house, while "Sweatshop" offers a winning combination of sexuality and Stereolab. The tribal "Tourist Trap" gets reckless in the tropics with its fun tale of "lighting up at the pool/peeing into the ocean" and the closing "Problem" is the Vogue magazine/punk rocker the Girls always seemed to have in them, but tracks like "Sexy A*****e" and "Never Met a German" are forgettable and feel like they were written because somebody dropped a clever song name. Talk to La Bomb indulges every whim you'd expect on an odds-and-sods compilation, so pretend it is and adjust your expectations accordingly.

Customer Reviews

How can you not love this band?

Weird, interesting, surprising, with supple beats behind it. Sabina Sciubba is clearly some kind of Replicant genetically modified to be hotter than any human girl, and her lust for performing as a singer is more human than human. This band feels what they play-- exactly what is missing from music these days.

Get the whole thing!

I streamed the album on a different service because i couldn't wait to hear the whole thing. There are a couple catchy tunes, but overall this is best when heard start to finish. I think the album flows really well and has some really interesting spots, can't wait to listen more...


i'm happy now, i'm lovin this. i'm happy and lovin the BGs:) had heard the advance tracks but am blown away by Never Met A German and Sweatshop, Last Call & others...cya at the wiltern on Halloween


Formed: New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Their music incorporates bits of reggae, electronica, jazz, bossa nova, and you name it, and despite their name, no one in the band is Brazilian. The sexy/quirky/mysterious Brazilian Girls are three men -- Didi Gutman on keyboards and computers, Jesse Murphy on bass, and Aaron Johnston on drums -- and one woman, Sabina Sciubba, the vocalist who often enjoys wearing lacy eye masks on-stage and sings in no less than five different languages. Sciubba was born in Rome but grew up in Nice and Munich before...
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