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God Bless the Blake Babies


Download links and information about God Bless the Blake Babies by Blake Babies. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:29 minutes.

Artist: Blake Babies
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 43:29
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No. Title Length
1. Disappear 2:46
2. Nothing Ever Happens 3:09
3. Baby Gets High 4:09
4. Waiting for Heaven 3:27
5. Until I Almost Died 2:57
6. Picture Perfect 4:04
7. When I See His Face 4:51
8. What Did I Do 4:43
9. Brain Damage 3:58
10. Civil War 2:58
11. Invisible World 3:20
12. On 3:07



The Blake Babies are back, melodic hooks and great songs in tow. Even if you aren't familiar with their previous work, both individually and collectively, you can jump right in with this one because God Bless the Blake Babies is as welcome as the title implies. Juliana Hatfield and crew open the jangle pop gates with "Disappear." You'd almost think it was a happy song, until you listen closely — "What I wouldn't do: go back to '92 and erase the moment I met you and make you disappear." That's a kiss-off of the highest order. Hatfield shares the songwriting chores fairly equally with guitarist John Strohm, with drummer Freda Love Smith chiming in for two tunes and guest bassist/vocalist Evan Dando for one. Strohm even steps up to the center mic for his "Picture Perfect" and "Invisible World." The former is a great track, a loving ode to balance out the sentiment of "Disappear" and "What Did I Do." "She's my favorite shade of blue" goes a long way to counteract that erasing you business. Then it's Smith's turn in the spotlight for "When I See His Face," which has a slightly more alternative feel than most of the other tunes. Drugs seem to be a recurring theme. Witness "Baby Gets High," "Until I Almost Died," and "Brain Damage." Life can't be all roses and sunshine. They are rock stars, after all. The beauty of the Blake Babies is that it all sounds like roses and sunshine. Bless them, indeed.