The Bots album Pink Palms. Listen to the songs from album Pink Palms.
KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: 128 kbps good, 192 kbps great, 256 kbps awesome and 320 kbps perfect. Sincerely Sorry (EP) 2013. Now is The Time 2005.
The Bots' early singles and albums often gave the impression that they were the work of a few different bands; Pink Palms, the duo's full-length debut for Fader, is similarly confusing, but not unpleasantly so. Even the album's title is a bit ambiguous - are Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei referring to rosy hands or fake trees? - but this uncertainty is an apt expression of the brothers' stylistically hyperactive music
Now, with 'Pink Palms,' the band stakes their claim firmly in the garage punk scene. The album kicks off strong with their lead track, 'Ubiquitous,' filled with seductive riffs and that '70s sonic punk sound that is indicative of Black Flag and the Hermosa beach punk scene. You'll also hear a lot of Black Sabbath-esque muffled guitar throughout the album, again, showing their appreciation of early rock techniques. All in all, the Bots show an immense musical diversity throughout 'Pink Palms. They prove that new music can still be fun, exciting and unexpected. If they were trying to make a statement with this album, it was heard by us.
Won. All I Really Want. All of Them (Wide Awake).
Pink Palms Tracklist. Producers Nicholas Zinner.
|All I Really Want||2:37|
|All Of Them (Wide Awake)||4:08|
|FL-0925-2||The Bots||Pink Palms (CD, Album)||Fader Label||FL-0925-2||US||2014|
|FL-0925-1||The Bots||Pink Palms (LP, Album)||Fader Label||FL-0925-1||US||2014|