The band's earliest albums were noted for their noise rock influences, though their sound evolved by the early s with the releases of Misery is a Butterfly and 23which both incorporated elements of dream popshoegaze and other genres. After earning Bachelor's degreesthey entered the New York City underground music scene. Blonde Redhead formed in New York in after Amedeo and Simone met Kazu Makino, an art student at the time, by chance at a local Italian restaurant.
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Blonde Redhead's Melodie Citronique reworks three songs from its excellent album Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons and adds two songs that highlight the group's multicultural, multilingual approach. Though it isn't quite as big a step forward for the group as Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons, Melodie Citronique is an enjoyable companion piece to that album, as well as a further exploration of the group's softer side. Listen to over 40 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan.
If I had a dime for every time I ran across a band comprised of Italian twin brothers and a Japanese girl singing in French I'd have exactly 10 cents more than I'm being paid to write this review. I'd be 15 cents shy of the cost of a weekday newspaper. If someone requested my two cents worth I'd only have eight cents left over.
The best album by Blonde Redhead is Misery Is A Butterfly which is ranked number in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of all tracks have been rated. Related links: top tracks by Blonde Redhead top tracks of the stop tracks of You can include this album in your own chart from the My Charts page!
This release is a bit problematic. Structured ostensibly as a tribute to the group's "European roots," Blonde Redhead could Structured ostensibly as a tribute to the group's "European roots," Blonde Redhead could be forgiven for trumping the "global village" exotica card. The concept is not sound enough, however, nor is it executed as smoothly as one might have hoped.