Stereo Total, My Melody

by Sarah Zupko

20 March 2006

 

Ah, more inspired Europop lunacy from Berlin’s finest, Stereo Total. Not much has changed since Stereo Total’s U.S. debut effort last year, but when you draw from a palate this big, there’s little chance of running out of fresh material. As before, Stereo Total makes a tour through the European language set and virtually every genre of pop music you can name. This time around, they’ve upped the new wave quotient considerably and are dabbling in a bit of rockabilly (“Vilaines Filles, Mauvais Garcons”, in French no less). Then there’s the utter delight of Serge Gainsborough-meets-C3PO on “Larmes Toxiques”—who knew French pop could sound this spacey? My Melody is an all-around delight, where you never know what to expect and are always pleasantly surprised.

My Melody

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