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Album Review

The whole one-man-band idea is fraught with peril. No matter how talented a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist you are, it's always helpful to have a few other people around you while you work out your songs. For one thing, they bring their own strengths and help you round out the songs' concepts and structure. For another thing, they'll usually let you know when you're being a jackass. But sometimes — note Rocket Summer — a one-man band can work deliriously well. The debut album by Love Arcade, the stage moniker of a 19-year-old kid who otherwise goes simply by the name Christian, isn't an instantly ingratiating success like Rocket Summer's first album was, but it's not the kind of self-indulgent wankery that you start hearing from Prince every time he fires his band, either. He has, bless him, a sense of humor, which is what redeems the otherwise terminally goofy "Party." He also has a genuinely surprising and (unless he attended a conservatory at a ridiculously young age) intuitive ability to write for strings; the backing arrangement on "Moses" is simply brilliant. But most of the time what he has is a great pop sense, and a cunning ability to balance sonic messiness with tight underlying structure; note in particular the mannered but quite irresistible "Keep It Coming" and the explicitly Clash-influenced "Can't Stop." Not everything works, but most of it does. Not only is he just 19, he played all the instruments and sang all the parts himself.

Customer Reviews

Slightly Disappointing

For being such a phenomenal live band, this CD is fairly disappointing. Fans who see the band play and buy the album will be left wondering what happened to the stuff they heard at the show. These versions of the songs are lacking, and the sound quality on the CD is just not on par with what the band should be capable of.

Keep the Music Comin'

Most 18-19 year old kids dont spend all their time writing, producing, mixing, and playing music. Snowhite (lead singer) Wrote, Produced, MIxed, and played EVERYTHING on this album apon other things. This album is increadable! It keeps you always wanting more. Ask yourself this..Have you ever noticed yourself getting sick of an album, like from your favorite band and eventually after playing the CD like 1,000,000 times you get really sick of it, well with this album, you never do!! You wont be sad if you purchase this CD. Give them a chance, and catch em' before they're big!!


their songs are amazing they're amazingly nice people they're amazing live and their songs never make you stop moving


Formed: November, 2005 in St. Clair Shores, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Love Arcade is the musical creation of frontman and multi-instrumentalist Snowhite (aka Christian Berishaj). Often performing live wearing a pair of angel wings, the Detroit native was not yet out of his teens before signing a deal with Atlantic Records on the power of mailed-in demos boasting his infectious pop/rock antics. Writing and recording songs in a home studio from a young age, Snowhite eventually began sending demos out to various labels, while his mom relentlessly cold-called and followed...
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