Like many of their fellow Swede bands, these four women look to rock’s past – in their case, to the power-pop guitars and boisterous shouted choruses of vintage glam and new wave – but they’re also the least self-conscious of the bunch. On their first major-label American release, they’re in search of good times, occasionally faithful boyfriends, and junk-food hooks, and they find them in unabashed radio rock like ”Walk on the Wire” and the single ”Hot Night Crash.” All in just 37 minutes.
Kiss & Tell Like many of their fellow Swede bands, these four women look to rock's past -- in their case, to the power-pop guitars and boisterous shouted choruses...Kiss & Tell Like many of their fellow Swede bands, these four women look to rock's past -- in their case, to the power-pop guitars and boisterous shouted choruses...2004-07-30
Producer (group): RCA
Posted July 30 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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