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Their last album, 2002’s Handcream for a Generation, felt like the culmination of the band’s incredible pastiche of influences from the ‘60s and ‘70s meeting the ‘90s, through the filter of a skewered glam rock that favored sitars and samples over the usual lead guitar heroics. 2010’s Judy plays like a comfortable follow-up, as if the long delay between releases never happened and the world stayed in the same place. But there’s a timeless allure to the pumped-up pop of “Soul School” where the sunshine practically reflects off the sidewalk and hits you square on the shoulder. The less than a minute “Half Brick” plays like a mock return to the arena stage. The title track sounds like an AM radio hit from 1972 with its subtle country hues shading the pop tune and its perfect harmonies with just the right amount of sweet studio serenity. “Free Love” trips out with a warped-up psychedelia. “The Roll of Characteristics (Of History In The Making)” sounds like a band tumbling through the backyard finding new instruments as they graze in the grass. Bob Dylan’s “The Mighty Quinn” comes off like an early-‘70s funk number with the electric piano leading the way.

Customer Reviews

Bum full of Cornershop

Thank the Gods that Cornershop have returned. Nice blend through all of the tracks and I believe that it is their best record overall.


I am a fan of Cornershop. Unfortunately, this album is mediocre at best. I will definitely continue buying their albums, but hopefully they don't take as long to release new material.


Formed: 1992 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

It may have taken Cornershop a few years to perfect their innovative hybrid of Indian music, British indie rock, and contemporary dance, but with the release of a third full-length album, When I Was Born for the 7th Time, the group's multicultural fusions made it an instant critics' darling. Taking their name from a common stereotype of Indians in England -- that they all own small, corner grocery shops -- Cornershop were formed by singer/songwriter, guitarist, and dholki player Tjinder Singh and...
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