Popa for the masses - Album review by skinnycandy © & ℗ Anthony Holgate 2012
Some say the moon is a space-ship, and, that there was a time in human history when there was no moon, until it was steered here, by our creators. The earth was a temperate, moist environment and seldom experienced a shift in temperature. Many may be inclined to disagree. One thing however can be agreed: if we could glimpse the far side of our cosmic cousin it would indeed be, well, pink and hail from, well, California. Pink Side of the Moon may well have been event witnesses to that galactic point zero, who knows.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you pinksideofthemoon; sultry, moist, temperamental, experimental lust in auras; they've shown us how the other side looks, and feels. Gorgeous, quite frankly.
In England, a lot of fans of the sexiness purveyed so effortlessly by Jolee and Lee would equate this with the purrfect evening ‘closer’ after a night of frenetic bacchanalia; I say you can do both, at the same time, immersing yourself in this.
Moral high horses should be tethered (Republicans, look away now) as I exhort you to say ‘YES’ to the drug that ‘Pinksideofthemoon’ have brought us; addictions seldom come so sexily packaged. Popa Dopa for ALL;, that if unleashed and popped into a time capsule, would surely challenge the event horizon and cerise our eclipses, here on in.
skinnycandy (Anthony)is a songwriter with candytree. He also writes in a freelance capacity.