T.A. Walsh
August 08, 1997 AT 04:00 AM EDT

Art-pop darlings, The Mommyheads, take a giant step toward joining the MTV nation with this major-label debut. Bursting with Beatlesque harmonies and chunky ’70s grooves (check out the horn work on ”Wake Up Irene”), the Don Was-produced The Mommyheads is a fab intro to these up-and-comers. What’s missing is the delectably edgy dissonance of their earlier work. My advice? Go buy their stellar ’95 release, Bingham’s Hole. B

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