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Album Review

Of course these guys love girls (check your French-to-English dictionary) — beneath their punky exteriors and their snarky handle, the Clorox Girls come off as pure pop classicists on their third full-length album, and while the tempos are usually fast and the volume is in the upper range, these 14 songs are full of hooky enthusiasm and sound about as threatening as a 13-year-old girl talking about the cute boy in her English class. The guitars on "Stuck Inside a Hole" recall the Beatles more than the Buzzcocks, the harmonies on "Total Babe" are silky smooth and clearly no joke, the acoustic closer "Me Every Day" wears its crush-worthy heart on its ragged sleeve, and even songs with titles like "Flowers of Evil" and "Eva Braun" are far more playful than abrasive (the former with its buoyant keyboard accents and the latter with a melody that recalls Devo's warped classic "Mongoloid"). Lead Clorox Girl Justin Maurer consistently delivers the goods as both a guitarist and a songwriter, offering ripping melodies and flavorful vocals, and drummer Richie Cardenas and bassist Daniel H. Sayer give him impressive support and fine backing harmonies. And the whole thing flies by in a very efficient 27 minutes; while J'Aime Les Filles could use a bit more polish in the production department to bring out the sparkle that clearly exists in these songs, the quality of the tunes and the skill of the musicians easily win out, and the Clorox Girls demonstrate just how much they have to offer on this disc.

Customer Reviews

Power Pop Genius

In 2003 the Exploding Hearts released the greatest power pop album of the last 20 years. This is almost as good. The Exploding Hearts producer helps out here with an all new Clorox Girls line-up. The snottier punk elements have been replaced with '70s sneaker tappin' garage bubblegum. French pop, teen feelings, and sexual angst abound. "Straight To My Heart" and "Looking At You" will tickle the nerves of those boys who loved The Nerves and the Boys.

This is the bestestester

So todya i was going on i tunes and i was looking at the clorox girls cuz they I play them all the time on radio show and then I saw there was only one rewview so I'm telling you buy this cd it rocks!!!!! my favorite song is le bannana split

THE BEST ALBUM YET!

My fave album in forever! Its a real good cd to have a wild time and let the good times roll! Looking at you is the best song!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The Clorox Girls don't currently have any female members or a compelling interest in bleach, but they do have a knack for writing and playing hooky, high-energy punk-pop that's earned them a loyal and growing fan following in the United States, Europe, and South America. The Clorox Girls were formed in 2003 in Oakland, CA, when guitarist and singer Justin Maurer met drummer Clay Silva while both were both living in a punk rock squat mostly populated by doom-struck crust punks. Tired of the gloomy...
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