The Posies can be described as the grunge equivalent of the Everly Brothers, especially in terms of their vocal harmonies, but also in their ear for a pop hook. 'Frosting On The Beater' is the third album by the Seattle rock group, released in 1993. The Posies display their pop chops on "Flavor of the Month", "Definite Door", "Solar Sister", and "Dream All Day". It just so happens that those 4 were all released as singles. "Lights Out" jumps from a quiet acoustic strum with an "Are we there yet?" chorus to a piercing, feedback-drenched bridge and coda. 'Frosting On The Beater' is The Posies at their best and it's their most popular release.

The Posies can be described as the grunge equivalent of the Everly Brothers, especially in terms of their vocal harmonies, but also in their ear for a pop hook. 'Frosting On The Beater' is the third album by the Seattle rock group, released in 1993. The Posies display their pop chops on "Flavor of the Month", "Definite Door", "Solar Sister", and "Dream All Day". It just so happens that those 4 were all released as singles. "Lights Out" jumps from a quiet acoustic strum with an "Are we there yet?" chorus to a piercing, feedback-drenched bridge and coda. 'Frosting On The Beater' is The Posies at their best and it's their most popular release.

600753820711
Frosting On The Beater: Remastered [Import]

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 08/10/2018
UPC: 600753820711

Frosting On The Beater: Remastered [Import]
Artist: The Posies
Format: CD
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The Posies can be described as the grunge equivalent of the Everly Brothers, especially in terms of their vocal harmonies, but also in their ear for a pop hook. 'Frosting On The Beater' is the third album by the Seattle rock group, released in 1993. The Posies display their pop chops on "Flavor of the Month", "Definite Door", "Solar Sister", and "Dream All Day". It just so happens that those 4 were all released as singles. "Lights Out" jumps from a quiet acoustic strum with an "Are we there yet?" chorus to a piercing, feedback-drenched bridge and coda. 'Frosting On The Beater' is The Posies at their best and it's their most popular release.