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Wed, 06 Jul 2005

Get Lucky / The Lascivious Biddies
Give this New York-based quartet credit for making optimal use of modern technology. Not just their albums on the iTMS; not just a website and a blog (hey, any boob can have a website and a blog or two); no, the Biddies even have their own regular podcast. 'Cause apparently having all that other stuff isn't quite enough to get attention around here, even with bloggers who're desperate to meet their weekly posting quota for interesting music. But I digress.

The Biddies make great music; their harmonies are sweet and their natural energy comes through on their recordings. I'd love to hear them live, assuming they ever make their way this far west. But until then I'll listen to their 'casts and wait for another album. These are four bitchin' babes. Just not the Four Bitchin' Babes.

Get Lucky
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