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Best release of 2007.

With their 2nd full-length album, The Eames Era have mastered the music they are so very well prepared to make. "Heroes and Sheroes" will hopefully be the album that catapolts the band into the spotlight. Ashlin Phillips' vocals are as unique as they are enchanting. Her voice, if I may do the whole "If _______ and _______ had a lovechild..." scenario, ...if Jenny Lewis and Liz Phair had a lovechild, Ashlin Phillips would be it. There's just something about it that gives it the extra-special this voice has got talent ring. Back that up with the rest of the band members, and you've got yourself one band that knows how to make you want to get up and dance.

Solid Sophomore Album

Overall, I don't think this is as strong an album as the every-song-is-superb Double Dutch, as I could do w/o some of the shorter songs that sound like they are unfinished and/or just undeveloped ideas. But "Watson on Your Side," "Fake Do-Gooders," and "Both Hands Full" are as good as anything on Double Dutch and it's good to see the band trying out new things with some of the other songs even if they are not quite polished as they could be.

awesome band

Eames is my favorite new discovery. Download "Watson On Your Side." This by far their best album to date.


Formed: 2002 in Baton Rouge, LA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Like an Oreo cookie turned inside out, the Eames Era play indie pop that's sweet and fluffy on the outside, thanks to their irresistible melodic hooks and the tasty meringue-like vocals of Ashlin Phillips. But the guitars of Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, as well as the rhythm section of bassist Brian Waits and drummer Greg Gauthreaux, give the band's sound a crunchy body and soul that confirms they aren't just another bunch of twee-poppers obsessed with all things cute. Formed in Baton Rouge, LA,...
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Heroes and Sheroes, The Eames Era
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 01, 2007

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