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Started primarily as a multimedia project by Belle and Sebastian bassist Stuart David, over the course of three albums Looper has evolved into something that is only now beginning to resemble a proper band. The Snare is certainly the outfit's most focused collection yet, doing away with the bubbly, ambient doodles of 1999's Up a Tree and 2000's The Geometrid in favor of a bare-bones soundtrack feel. A slight Burt Bacharach vibe runs through songs like "Lover's Leap" and "F***ing Around," but this is distinctly dark stuff. Punctuated by sqwaking saxophones, delicately plucked strings, and twitchy lo-fi beats, it's kind of like Air without the B-movie naïveté. For those who like that kind of thing. --Aidin Vaziri
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P.S. For all those reviewers screaming that this is not Belle and Sebastian, you're right. That's why it's a separate band.
Be sure to LISTEN to this before you purchase - the fact that there are so many used copies for sale at such a low price already speaks volumes for its quality.
Most recent customer reviews
Twee instrumentalization, corny vocals - you've heard this all before. Eminently forgettable.Published on July 5 2004
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I heard the song "Price of Love" on our local college radio station here in Philly, and kept thinking that the song was really catchy and stuck in my head. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2003 by Size11Steever
I wasn't sure about purchasing this one since I'm not a huge fan of electro-fischerspooneresque music BUT it would've been a big mistake if I haven't bought it! Read morePublished on Sept. 29 2003
I was and still am an obsessed fan of Dubstar and that bands singer Sarah Blackwood. So when I found out that Sarah had a new project on the table I immediately preordered this... Read morePublished on Sept. 16 2003 by LCA76
This album will remind many people of Ladytron. I will not compare them, but there is a similar sound at times. This album is original by many marks. Read morePublished on Sept. 8 2003 by Nathan G.