Girls Father, Son, Holy Ghost

Something different - a brand new, modern LP, but with a nostalgic bent. If you grew up with music from as far back as the 50's - this album will sound instantly familiar and yet you just can't put your finger on it.

Girls: Father, Son, Holy Ghost is an album that sounds incredibly good, comfortably familiar, but also exceptionally new. I think that it is one of the best sounding rock albums of the modern day - the vinyl (one white, one black) is dynamic, clean and the recording quality is exemplary. Instrumentation is distinct and well focused. Like the recording engineer really knew his mic placement, picked exactly the right microphone for every instrument and worked hard at getting it right.

The first track, Honey Bunny has me thinking of Pet Shop Boys, may be - California rock for sure. Another track reminds me of Deep Purple, another of the Beatles, but still new, modern and fresh. Over four sides (it's a double LP) Girls' singer and songwriter Christopher Owens brings this album to life with lyrical songs about love and life and sex and friendship (but no drugs or rock and roll).

It is unfortunate that the band broke up in 2012 after this. I thought that they got better and better and was hoping for more 

Here's one of my favourite tracks on the album (hopefully it plays in Malaysia):

Mono & Stereo friend Gary Koh of Genesis Advanced Technologies, Inc.