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If you got here, you were probably looking for The Pillows, not Silly Pillows. Yes, I am sorry to say that iTunes does not carry The Pillows. This album, in short, is terrible. Horrible. The voice is poorly balanced with the sound, which is pretty poor to begin with. It sounds like a garage band of struggling teenage artists. It probably is.

very funny

I too, like so many before me, was looking for the pillows but when i was surprized by this i thought it was so funny and kinda scary that i had to put if on my friends b-day CD!


Just like the guy above, I was looking for the Pillows. They are my favorite band, but instead I got this crap. SUCKFEST. sorry


Formed: 1986 in Friendsville, PA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Friendsville, PA-based indie pop group the Silly Pillows began in 1986 as the home recording project of singer/songwriter Jonathan Caws-Elwitt; with the addition of wife Hillary on vocals, the duo issued the first in a series of cassettes on their own Pillow Image Ltd. label. Hillary left the Silly Pillows in 1992, about the same time the German label Hoppel di Hoy issued the EP When She Gets Home, which compiled material also featuring keyboardist Dan Fioretti. Jonathan's guitarist brother Sam Elwitt,...
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Silly Image Pillowhead, Silly Pillows
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 1999

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