Album Title: Brigadoon
Release Date: April 19, 2005
Genre: Indie Rock
P:ano are the indie snob's shining dream. Precious as can be and so far off the beaten path that The OC probably won't ever approach, P:ano's Brigadoon is the perfect example of why elitism is so annoying. Why must people attempt to keep songs with titles like "Ghost Pirates" and "Georgey The Horsey" to themselves? If nothing else, underground music freaks should at least be willing to drop hints about Vancouver's P:ano to their unfortunate friends who possess less than a thimbleful of music knowledge. Everyone can get a kick out of this type of barely there, nonsensical music, whether it's "genuine" or not, and yet the chance is never given. Admittedly, not everyone will think P:ano has great musical merit, because some people don't "get" singers who really can't sing very well or trumpeters who really can't trumpet well, but are still more credible artists than Celine Dion and are therefore more deserving of a Las Vegas palace. Speaking of The Unicorns, if a person liked Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? then odds are they'll like Brigadoon just as much as the two previous P:ano albums. There was no widespread sharing of The Unicorns, and we all know what happened there: collective tear shedding.

...If any of this review made sense to you, pick up Brigadoon immediately...

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt

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