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The Heart Throbs - Jubilee Twist (CD, Album)

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  1. Noko (bass), and Curve 's Steve Monti (drums) stepped in to replace them, and stayed with the group for their second album, 's "Jubilee Twist." Their third and final album, "Vertical Smile," was released in The Heart Throbs had somewhat reinvented themselves into a raw, angry band.
  2. The Heart Throbs discography and songs: Music profile for The Heart Throbs, formed Genres: Dream Pop, Indie Pop, Shoegaze. Albums include Cleopatra Grip, Jubilee Twist, and Dreamtime.
  3. The Heart Throbs were an indie-rock band from Reading, UK. They released three albums Cleopatra Grip, Jubilee Twist and Vertical Smile before splitting up in The Heart Throbs formed in
  4. I was a fan of the Heart Throbs from the first time I heard "Dreamtime" from their "Cleopatra Grip" CD. When I bought "Jubilee Twist," it didn't hit me the way CG did and I put it away for quite a while, disliking it for what I heard as its discordance and perhaps because it wasn't CG/5(11).
  5. The first and third albums were named after euphemisms for female genitalia, while the jubilee twist is a martial combat technique for attacking the male genitalia. The Heart Throbs single "Dreamtime" reached a peak position of number 2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks in , and their single "She's In A Trance" reached number 21 in the same year.
  6. DeFreitas and drummer Mark Side left after a subsequent tour; the reconstituted Heart Throbs self-produced Jubilee Twist. Though the album is superficially not much of a departure from the debut, Carlotti sounds more forceful, especially on the lovely “Winter Came Too Soon” and the churning “The Girl Became the Stairs.”.
  7. Dreamier and more hazy than noisy, Jubilee Twist is more immediately accessible than the somewhat more forbidding Cleopatra Grip, but it unfortunately doesn't stick in the listener's head the way the debut did. With the exception of the glorious "Tiny Feet" (probably the best thing the Heart Throbs ever did) and its hypnotic reprise at the end of the album, few of the songs have the mysterious beauty of earlier 6/

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