MISS CHAIN & THE BROKEN HEELS - On a Bittersweet Ride

MISS CHAIN & THE BROKEN HEELS - On a Bittersweet Ride

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MISS CHAIN & THE BROKEN HEELS - On a Bittersweet Ride

You'll either love her madly or hate her badly. Or both. And she's not alone. Disaster Silva and the Barcella Bros. are Italy's hottest pop sensatiton, THE BROKEN HEELS!!
Together they deliver their unique mixture of rawdy pop, sixties beat and eighties dreams. It ain't no party, it ain't no disco, it ain't no fooling around, just charming songs appealing to your heart, soul, feet and skin!
All tunes deliver the perfect blend of classic late 70's power-pop, 60's all-girl group sounds and the minimalistic charme of early punk-rock.

Label: Screaming Apple


1. Beginning Of The End
2. Roller Coaster
3. Diary Of A Mad Housewife
4. Chords & Wine
5. Sun Goes Down
6. Old Man
7. Mary Ann
8. Flamingo
9. Up All Night
10. Bluebird
11. Common Shell
12. Save Me


"The "bubblegum" pop continues his untroubled through the last year and the truth is that with Miss Chain & The Broken Heels still sound good in any angle and on these the bar was up, up, until the edition of "On A Bittersweet Ride". Led by Astrid Dante, these Italians are fueled by the most simple and melodic pop that exists on guitars, they walked on the beat of 60's "garage" until reach the "power-pop” revival of the late 70’s. Recorded and produced by Mojomatt Bordin, "On A Bittersweet Ride" consists in 12 original songs that are truly infectious by impulses of "jingle jangle" from the guitars that highlight the voice of Astrid Dante, that simmers in punk attitudes, are examples of "Beginning of the End", "Diary of a Mad Housewife", "Mary Anne" and "Flamingo", while "Roller Coaster" is distinguished by the "driven" organ. If one day stumble on this record, at least what I advise is to listen him carefully, because finally will realize the caliber of "pop" that Miss Chain & The Broken Heels have, and that was shown me thanks to Franz Barcella, who I am forever grateful, because such work can not be unnoticed." Francisco Ribeiro, Rock Around the Blog