"Upbeat electro-pop and weird psychedelia about Anne Frank... it ends in a locked loop too, which is awesome."
- Vice Magazine
"Dreamy and droned-out electro-pop/psych songs about Anne Frank from The Unpop Sound (members of The Partridge Family Temple) on lime-green vinyl. A bubblegum-bizarro six minutes and 25 seconds."
"The Unpop Sound… 'Candy Anne' is a little bizarre electro-pop singalong with catchy little synth melodies, whimsical whispered lyrics about Anne Frank and a bubbling drum machine backdrop… 'Three-Eyed Gemini' [has] a loose shredding guitar solo, organ, some tablas and an insanely hypnotic locked groove… A full on acid trip that is limited to 500 copies so grab one quick."
- RAD Vinyl
"This is funny… [it has a] playfulness that tweaks the mind and geeks-out the soul… I don't know what all the Anne Frank shit is about; apparently this guy's obsessed with her and Jon Benet Ramsey. Whatever - I'm not a stickler for details when the material is this replete with the creative spirit of the Indie Mother. I'm pretty sure this 7-inch will become sought after, eventually (if it isn't already)."
- The Gumshoe Grove
"Spare bubblegum drone psyche that's just warped enough that if you left this record on your car seat in the sun for an hour and then played it, it would probably sound normal."
"Very groovy. Definitely up my strasse!"
- Douglas P. (Death In June)
"If the notion of psychedelic love songs about Anne Frank tickles your fancy, buy this disc right now and not later."
- Boyd Rice (NON)