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Happiness Can Be Bought

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin is a beautiful find, I believe. It's a concrete feeling that will be associated and attached to this moment in time of my life. It's a moving album that is worthy of a purchase. This is not the disappointment that our beloved Pitchfork would lead us to believe. It is, in fact, one of the single most beautifully composed lo-fi albums in a very, very, long time. I love you, Boris Yeltsin.

Well slap me sslyby!

Eight times in a row--that's eight as in one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, EIGHT--times in a row I listened to this album when I first got it. I listened to it until my iPod died in my ears. Some review called Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin's "Broom" the new Blue CD (by Weezer), which is saying an awful lot. And saying it right. The boys rock as though nobody's watching, and for anyone who understands: that's the only way to rock. Guitar parts play off each other like two best friends telling you a story, the keyboard chimes in like the quiet guy who makes sure that what he does say is damn important, and the drums don't much reinvent the wheel but keep it rolling smoothly nonetheless. The singers punch out humbly brilliant lyrics (a la "We're just held together/by calendars and sex/the daily paper and/a pack of cigarettes") to refreshing melodies. In a nutshell, this album is devoid of wrong. Replay value: To infinity and beyond (your iPod's battery life).

What pop music is supposed to be.

From the first chord to the last note, Broom rocks you...and softly. Weighing in at just under 30 minutes and 11 songs, the debut album from Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin will undoubtedly change your perception on what music is supposed to be. From pop to indie-rock, Broom exemplifies itself as an example of the power of songwriting. Originally self recorded in an attic, it proves that all the equipment and money in the world can't buy talent, and that pure, unadulterated songwriting is the most important asset any band can have. It's slick chords, catchy riffs, and memorable lines remind us of what we listen to music for. Broom doesn't take itself too seriously, it doesn't wallow, and it leaves us smiling. Comparisons are often made to The Shins, Elliot Smith, Pet Sounds, etc...but one thing is for sure: SSLYBY has taken pure pop essence and turned it into pure musical gold.


Formed: 1999 in Springfield, MO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The three original members of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin -- lead guitarist Will Knauer, drummer Philip Dickey, and bassist Tom Hembree -- met in high school in Springfield, Missouri, and soon formed a pop band. It was Dickey who came up with the group's name while shopping with his mother one day in the local mall, and he also wrote most of their early material. Once in college, the trio added singer/guitarist John Robert Cardwell and bassist/recording engineer Jonathan James to the lineup,...
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