One of Postmodern Jukebox's top sellers, Emoji Antique contains Haley Reinhart's smash hit, "Creep", along with the Andrews Sisters-inspired cast version of "All About That Bass"- two chart-topping tracks recorded in Switzerland during the group's second European tour. Bradlee's arrangements pay tribute to the beginnings of PMJ in 1920s jazz remakes of "Gangsta's Paradise" and "Bad Romance" (the latter which introduces tap dance sensation Sarah Reich, now one of the group's most popular performers), while hinting at future evolution in tracks like the Orbison-esque "Only One" and the stripped-down piano ballad with Morgan James, "Take Me To Church". Reinhart's vocal on "Creep" gave the collective its big hit; with 20 million views on YouTube as of mid-2016 and a near-permanent fixture on the Billboard Jazz Charts, it remains the entry point by which many music lovers stumble upon the Postmodern Jukebox universe.
Must-Have Tracks: "Creep", "All About That Bass", The Jackson 5-inspired take on "Such Great Heights", Maiya Sykes' debut on a New Orleans-flavored "I Believe In A Thing Called Love".
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