3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
why has noone being ranting praise over this album yet?!,
This review is from: WILD LIKE CHILDREN (Audio CD)
Rarely inspired to write reviews, I saw that noone had said anything on the fantastic Tilly and the Wall and felt the need to re-right the balance of the universe. I bought this album off the back of a playlist by Michael Stipe of REM who had put Night Of The Living Dead on his top 10. That was two months ago and I pretty much haven't stopped playing this, I dont need to trouble myself with skipping the bad songs because there arent any, and I dont need to think about what mood im in and reflect it accordingly with my choice of music on my ipod because this album is just as perfect for when your getting ready to go out and when you wake up in the morning feeling like you have been unsed to unclog the blender.
Mainly female vocals, Tilly and The Wall includes a tap dancer who tapdances to the rhythms of the songs. It's amazing. If you aren't sure, then the songs to (legally!) download to check it out are:
You and I Misbehaving - the night before
I Always Knew - the morning after
But like I say, from beginning to end it's really really painfully good. Its a mystery to me that every man and his dog owns Death Cab and Modest Mouse and noone knows about Tilly. Buy it if you like Rilo Kiley, Sleepy Jackson, or the more upbeat of Saddle Creek artists. For that matter, just buy it anyway, if you hate it you can always give it to one of your musically superior friends