Review : GRANDADDY - Just Like The Fambly Cat
The IndependentWith maybe a little more luck and application, Grandaddy might have been able to make the jump from critics' darlings to commercial success, as The Flaming Lips have done. Both bands deal in a form of whimsical psychedelia whose vulnerability is signalled by their respective frontmen's plaintive vocal tones, but unlike Wayne Coyne, Grandaddy's Jason Lytle clearly found the pop process too demeaning to pursue any further....full text
Lunapark6Grandaddy’s 5th and supposedly final album is one hell of a record. Fully recovering from the underwhelming “Sumday” album, Grandaddy continues the strange mix of space rock, lo-fi, country musc, and electronica. “Just Like The Fambly Cat” album impresses this reviewer to the inifite degree....full text
Lost At Sea magazineSet on fire with some of the most brilliant power-pop blazes the band has ever produced, Grandaddy’s tomb sails out to sea with this Viking funeral of a send-off. Waving good-bye from shore, hardcore devotees and casual appreciators will be comforted by the knowledge that Grandaddy didn’t die in vain. Valhalla is Jason Lytle’s destination, and even if he’s never heard from again, his reputation as the great bearded king – I don’t recognize the new clean-shaven masquerade - of wistful, wide-eyed, rapturous space-pop is secure. ...full text
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