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See You at the Light by 1990s

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Reviewed on 13th April 2007.


See You at the Light

By 1990s

Glasgow three-piece 1990s release 'See you at the lights', their first single off their up and coming album 'Cookies', and it doesn't disappoint. Opening with a chorus of 'ba ba baba doo dah dah' you would be fooled in believing it to be a cheesy opening song of an 80's TV drama. The 1990s pull off this new-wave indie-pop with ease and you will soon come to realise their individual sound makes them even more quirky and cool.

The bouncy, up-beat tempo of the A-side is perfect to glide us into spring and it's impossible to listen to it without smiling and singing along, the cheeky lyrics add to the happy tone of the song, 'Get out like a blonde gets out of a car' is my personal favourite.

B-side Super-Legal sees CSS singer LoveFoxx adds lyrics in a smooth and velvety way that only she could deliver. The mix of male/female vocals works creating a blend of new-wave funk with an edge that is different to the other pop bands that frequent the scene these days.

1990s show us that they have a lot to offer and are not going to stick to one genre and style, but most of all they prove that their debut album is worth waiting for.



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