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Boomkat Product Review:
This album arrives with impeccable timing. Bands like Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, Women, Wavves and even Glasvegas are all pouncing on the reverb-heavy, Phil Spector-via-Jesus & Mary Chain aesthetic, and it's a sound honed brilliantly by Maryland alt. poppers Black Tambourine. The band were active between 1989 and 1991 and this album serves on a shiny, optical platter their complete recorded oeuvre - a total of ten tracks clocking up a paltry twenty-five minutes of playtime, but opening you up to a whole cosmos of impeccable textural guitar pop. Whether it be the lumbering fuzztone bass and gloriously melodic jangle of 'Can't Explain', the wall-of-sound post-punk of 'Throw Aggi Off The Bridge' or the cavernous digital echo chamber 'We Can't Be Friends' languishes in, every beat brings new joy and with each elapsing moment this collection proves itself a timely and revelatory release. Highly recommended.