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The Michigan Daily-Wednesda, February 13,1991- Page 7

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PLAN A TERRIFIC SUMMER even
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summer. Competitive salary, travel allowance
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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STAFF NEEDED FOR RESORT HOTEL
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4,05.616-364-1309 or 313-487-9584
STUDENT MANAGERS WANTED: In-
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"Yes, these are Bugle Boy jeans I'm wearing." It's hard to believe that Book of Love's Lauren Roselli, Jade Lee,
and Ted and Susan Ottaviano (left to right) are too happy on on their latest release, Candy Carol, but it's true.

If we all suddenly reverted to
second-grade mental levels and took
a few bits of ecstasy, Candy Carol
would be a pretty enjoyable record.
Of course, anything would, and since
this scenario is unlikely to happen
- ecstasy is impossible to find -
Candy Carol must be described by
adult standards as incredibly sappy. If
one were to ingest all of the sugar
that coats this record, one would be
bouncing off the walls for weeks on
a major-sucrose buzz. Forget the
PMRC - the American Dental
Association should have put a
warning label on this record.
Sure, the first two Book of Love
records were as sweet and innocent as
anyone (could pretend to?) be. But
Candy Carol goes completely
overboard. Sample these lyrics from
"Turn the World": "Love is all
around and it's something you can
see/ sing a simple song in four-part
harmony." Butterflies, flowers,
bowls of blueberries, and other such
things are the main topics of many
songs. (It was hard to decide which
lyrics to print, as they're all equally
corny.) Add an undercurrent of
Catholic imagery, as on "Counting
the Rosaries," and the effect is even
more sweet.
The music tends to be equally
corny; it's nearly always major-key,
two-chord, synth-pop without any
bite. The songwriting has also taken
a down turn. While the first two
records were pretty good, especially
the debut, most of Candy Carol is
forgettable.
In addition, the dance value that
propelled earlier songs like "Tubular
Bells/Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls"
is conspicuously absent. While a
good house beat would forgive much
of the lovey-dovey-ness here, the
band stops short of the dance floor.
The only possible exception to this
is "Alice Everyday," which has a
moderately good beat. You can tap
your foot to it, so I'd give it a
seven.
The rest of the record would not
score nearly as high. While it's all
well and good to be optimistic and
cheerful, Book of Love's abnormally
high level of good spirits can getG
downright annoying. If you think
that music should have a least a
little edge, then Candy Carol is not
a good choice.
-Mike Molitor

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Continued from page 5
been the ultimate bad-ass cowboy.
Welch delivers the lyrics over an
undertone of guitar and shallow
drumbeat, because the story is what
is important. However, this track
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ROOMMATE NEEDED to share Bdnn. S.
Forest-Hill. $230/mo. to Aug. Call 996-0567.
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MORE!
Alpha Delta Pi presents
Sunday Feb. 17
U Club 7:30 pm
$2 admission
GRAND DATE: Two round trip
tickets to anywhere in the continental
US courtesy of American Airlines.
The University Activities Center/
SOUNDSTAGE
presents
Trinidad
Tripoli
Thursday, February 14
Performance begins at 10:00
$5.00/18 and over
T H EY
their Kxcin u aw.9z~
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gets away from the "typical" country
style and makes you wonder if it's
not country after all. Then, just to
bury any possible confusion, Welch
jumps into "The Mother Road" and
starts singin' 'bout "that good ol'
road" that "would take you all the
way/ From Clark and Ogden Street
up in Chicago/ To Lincoln and
Olympic in L.A." "The Mother
Road" mourns the loss of the "old
way of life."
Perhaps the most poignant song
on the LP is the final one, "A Letter
To Dustin," which considers the
problem of being away from your
children. The -lyrics speak for
themselves: "Well I've seen that
ocean now/ And it ain't deep
enough/ To hold how much you
mean to me."
Kevin Welch is definitely coun-
try, but it's a different kind of
country - hillbilly, hectic, and
hickish at times, but not always;
instead, for the most part, rather
refreshing.
-Kim Yaged
In The Nursery
L'esprit
Wax Trax!
Out of the of the dark and stormy
halls of Wax Trax! comes a release
unlike any of their others. Gone are
the screaming vocals and distorted
guitars from groups like Ministry
and the Revolting Cocks. Gone are.
the deafening beats and overpowering
synths of the Thrill Kill Kult and
KMFDM. Gone are all of the typical
elements that make a Wax Trax!
band a Wax Trax! band. Instead, with
In The Nursery the listener finds
subtlety, romance, and passion.
L'esprit is a classically-inspired
release from the English band. The
brilliant songs on the album have all
the elements of traditional classical
music, along with a few studio
effects that enhance the fullness of
the instruments. Layers of lush
strings sing in rich harmonies. Bells
and pianos play the mostly happy,
occasionally sad melodies. And the
rare percussion used on the album
serves to dramatize and intensify key
moments of particularly emotional
songs.
In addition to the instrumentals
on the album, In The Nursery also
created a few songs which feature the

vocal talents of Dolores Marguerite
C. Her soft and airy voice works
well with the flowing pieces and
succeeds in giving added emotion to
the songs. Unfortunately, I didn't
know what the heck she was saying
because the lyrics are in French. But
that doesn't matter, because this is
mood music to the greatest extreme.
Just as artists like the Cocteau
Twins take the listener on an emo-
tional journey, In The Nursery has
learned the art of creating songs with
real feeling. And the listener can't
help being taken along with the band
through the highs and lows that their
songs evoke. Titles like "Azure
Wings," "Scenes Of Childhood,"
"The Pearl," and "At First Sight" go
a long way in describing the
dreamlike feelings evoked by
L' esprit.
Reading the back cover offers this
insight to what In The Nursery.
succeeded in doing: "L'esprit - Like
The Breathless Beat Of Angels'
Wings."
Richard S. Davis
Book of Love
Candy Carol
Sire

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JOSTENS
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IS COMING!

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Is now accepting
applications for all shifts
for the new restaurant
located in the
Galleria Mall
Those interested in applying, do so
February 11-12-13
between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
at
1214 S. University
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