Liquid Blue

Album Title: Supernova
Release Date: January 2004
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Genre: Pop
Drawing inspiration from both the Eastern and Western world, California collective Liquid Blue want to make a statement of the political sort. The late '60s George Harrison thing the band does is fresh in its way, but "Supernova" is largely a hit-and-miss album. The record is quite the cheese-fest most of the time, and therein lies the problem. It's hard to take the band's activist message seriously amidst the freakishly spot-on super produced, pre-self discovery Christina Aguilera and Wham! era George Michael impressions. With the air of that Planned Parenthood sex-ed commercial that's always on Much Music about it, Liquid Blue seriously need to think about taking their image and sound back to the drawing board. "The road can be lonely, working for justice, everyday" indeed.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt


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