Wheat (Featuring Liz Phair) / Baby, It's Cold Outside
Album: Baby, It's Cold Outside   Collection:General 7"
Artist:Wheat (Featuring Liz Phair)   Added:Mar 2004
Label:Aware Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-08-30 Pull Date: 2004-10-17
Week Ending: Oct 3
Airplays: 2

Recent Airplay
1. Oct 02, 2004: music that doesn't hurt dogs and ponies
Baby, It's Cold Outside
2. Sep 30, 2004: music that doesn't hurt
Baby, It's Cold Outside

Album Review
Kathryn Todd
Reviewed 2004-08-12
Sweet, playful indie-pop, with guitars, drums, keyboards and vocals. Side A is a slightly tweaked cover of a 1940’s era song in which a young man tries to convince his reluctant sweetheart to come inside-I like it a lot, and you should too. Side B is a little less unusual, but it’s still good clean happy fun.

Side A: A surprisingly straight-up cover of the old standard. Sleigh bells, slightly distorted guitars, square but sexy male and distorted female vocals play off each other charmingly. Underwater-sounding keyboards. Drums come in about 1/3 of the way through and get things rockin’.
Side B: Sweet strummy guitar intro. Clean-sounding arrangement. Nice playful vocal rhythms. Guitars get a bit repetitive. Acoustic and slow section in the middle. “I met a girl I’d like to know better / but I’m already with someone.”

Track Listing
1. Baby, It's Cold Outside   2. I Met a Girl