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Rolling Blackouts

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T.O.R.N.A.D.O
2:09  
02
Secretary Song
3:32  
03
Apollo Throwdown
3:20  
04
Ready To Go Steady
2:45  
05
Bust-Out Brigade
2:42  
06
Buy Nothing Day
3:59  
07
Super Triangle
1:46  
08
Voice Yr Choice
3:34  
09
Yosemite Theme
4:09  
10
The Running Range
3:45  
11
Lazy Poltergeist
1:40  
12
Rolling Blackouts
3:30  
13
Back Like 8 Track
3:49  
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 40:40

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Award-winning critic Barry Walters is a longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Spin, the Village Voice, and many other publications. His interview with Prince a...more »

12.11.10
Revisiting well-worn genres with such depth of feeling that they bypass simple preservation
2011 | Label: Memphis Industries / PIAS Digital

England has a long, checkered history of meta-acts: When the results don't live up to the ideals behind them, the bands in question typically don't last much longer than their NME single-of-the-week status. When they do, they're David Bowie. With its cartoon image, willfully bubblegum tunes, and reliance on childlike voices, the Go! Team practically beg to be filed with the former. Male, female, white, black and Asian, the Team's multiculturalism is put into… read more »

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Just download "buy nothing day" and see for yourself. The rest is a diverse mix of genres and has old school horns, shouting, a few good songs, good beats - the lot. I heard the aforementioned song on the radio and haven't been dissapointed.

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