So, we just got a review of our new CD A Year With The Very Most (which I’ll be talking about in more detail later) from a blog in Germany. I always love reviews in non-English languages because it gives me an excuse to read the mangled English produced by Google Translate. Here’s the funniest mangled review I’ve read in a long time.
Here’s the original (which is quite complimentary, thankfully).
And here’s Google’s translation:
indiecater records for the specific ideas that are used. we went end of last year with the candy claws on virtual world tour, so we were in the same year the band to accompany the very most of their seasonal travel. because for each of the four natural wonder in the year they had at hand, the circular matching ep spring (summer, autumn, winter). It was now obvious, this song collection on a cd together and publish, including a “bonus tracks again. formerly offered as a download only eps can now, on a cd bundled to provide as physical tonträger shelf ins. 22.01.10 since yesterday is the “a year with the very most” good piece titled on indiecater relate to. The band from boise, idaho, convinces tunes primarily with saving, with two big and vocal harmony. the stylish arrangement, in part, each song concept, yet persuaded any doubters. is the twee-pop, or even quite large? who wanted to draw boundaries set, who compare it with belle and sebastian? the very most have developed a very own style that pulls from a growing self-confidence as well as to the collection of unbound label, and by marketing and detachment from any drawer mentality. rem just a sore. The cd can be heard on indiecater in full before we proceed to purchase, then, the cat in a bag somewhere gibts. The bonus track is actually a lake called the cover “kite”! buy and be happy!
Oh, man. “Is the twee-pop, or even quite large?” Well, that, my friend, is a question that mankind has been wrestling with for ages.
Thanks to das klienicum for the nice review, and thanks to the good folks at Google for providing a laugh while giving me, perhaps, the gist of what was in the review.