New York trio The Beets are a curious anomaly. Despite having formed in 2008, their sound has more in common with bands from four decades ago whose most productive times were spent in garage rehearsal spaces and documented by the likes of Pebbles and Nuggets twenty years later. Fortunately, as with 'Stay Home''s 2009 predecessor 'Spit In The Face Of People Who Don't Want To Be Cool', there's enough here to pacify even the most vocally opposed harbingers of all things retro.
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