Superchick's unique hybrid of pop, punk, funk, disco, and hip-hop has been everywhere: MTV's The Real World, The WB's Felicity, and Reese Witherspoon's hit movie Legally Blonde, to name a just a few. It was this band's passion to present the timeless truth of the gospel in a way that is relevant to today's media-influenced culture. Superchick continued their musical revolution with their 2002 album, Last One Picked, a project that combines their youthful energy with up-to-the-minute sounds that deliver a sonic explosion of songs confronting the issues assaulting society.
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4.5/5| Posted September 02, 2011
Superchick's 2nd album, Last One Picked, is a vast improvement over their debut. The production quality sounds way better, Tricia Brock's vocals don't sound so flat anymore, and each of the songs sound unique. The band has also learned a bit in the time between albums as their hip hop/rock combination style is more fine tuned on this album. The song lyrics remain positive.
Last One Picked is a great improvement over Karaoke Superstars. More thought was put into this album and it shows.
Superchic[k] - Last One Picked| Posted June 22, 2009
This is the first album I bought by this band. I fell in love with their music and message, and continue to buy and listen to their albums. The song 'Hero' is so inspiring, 'Wonder (If she'll get it) is a fun song about finding someone, and all the rest a just as awesome. Really great songs. These guys know what they are doing.