Neha Patil (Editor)

Blender (The Murmurs album)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Recorded  1997–1998
Artist  The Murmurs
Label  MCA Records
Length  33:37
Release date  4 August 1998
Blender (The Murmurs album) httpsimagesnasslimagesamazoncomimagesI4
Released  August 4, 1998 (1998-08-04)
Genres  Alternative rock, Indie pop
Producers  Larry Klein, k.d. lang, Matthew Wilder
People also search for  Pristine Smut, The Murmurs, Who Are We

Blender water simulation with cycles render engine low polygon


Blender is the third studio album released by American alternative pop band The Murmurs; it was released in 1998 on MCA. The album was produced by Larry Klein, k.d. lang and Matthew Wilder. Blender includes some re-recorded tracks from their second album Pristine Smut, and three new songs. All of the tracks were written by band members Leisha Hailey and Heather Grody. One, "Smash", was co-written with members of rock band The Go-Go's, Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey.

Contents

Blender water simulation with cycles render engine low polygon


Reception

In a review for Allmusic, Alex Henderson gave Blender a star rating of four out of five, calling it "power-pop heaven". Henderson compared the sound of the album to that The Go-Go's and praised "Underdog", "Sucker Upper" and "La Di Da" in particular as "first-class ... fun, melodic offerings". Robert Christgau gave the album a B- rating and compared it negatively to its predecessor, Pristine Smut. He criticized the band's "pusillanimity", and said "they were cuter with slime on their pudenda".

Track listing

  • "La Di Da" — 2:57
  • "I'm a Mess" — 3:13
  • "Big Talker" — 2:58
  • "Misfit" — 4:03
  • "Smash" — 2:35
  • "Genius" — 3:42
  • "Don't Lie" — 2:56
  • "Underdog" — 2:56
  • "Sucker Upper" — 3:00
  • "Country Song" — 2:28
  • "About Nothin'" — 2:49
  • Songs

    1La Di Da2:55
    2I'm a Mess3:13
    3Big Talker2:57

    References

    Blender (The Murmurs album) Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Pristine Smut
    The Murmurs
    Stéphane Morisot
    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L