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Go Tell Fire To The Mountain

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L Y F
4:30  
02
Cave Song
3:48  
03
Such A Sad Puppy Dog
5:31  
04
Summas Bliss
4:00  
05
We Bros
6:26  
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Spitting Blood
3:47  
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Dirt
3:18  
08
Concrete Gold
5:34  
09
14 Crowns For Me & Your Friends
4:41  
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Heavy Pop
5:34  
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 47:09

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A mercurial art-rock hodgepodge
2011 | Label: PIAS Integral / PIAS Digital

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Stone Rose Tinted Glasses

containerdriver

This is stoner pop. Wow, It's got a groove. If you want your pop stars to be retarded, buy Olly Murs too. Since Happy Mondays it seems okay to be more into drugs than the music.

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Emperor's New Clothes

TikiMon

This is one of the worst cases of major media music journalist BS hype being passed as substance. If you like projectile vomit vocals that are wholly indicipherable and lacking in all sense of dynamics backed by very mediocre mod-rock (oh pardon... I suppose we're supposed to call it "Heavy Pop"?!) jams this is for you. If you like songs that actually make some kind of sense and have some sense of melody, dynamics and subtlety then not so much. The patently ridiculously monikered WU LYF's sole claim to fame was their enigmatic nonsensical website, some nice videos, a feigned avoidance of fame and being vague and obscure. That doesn't necessarily translate to actually having any quality, substance or meaning though in this case. WU LYF is just this month's flavor and the latest virally transmitted internet disease of the oh-so-(un)holy facebook/Twitter/Youtube triumvirate: the very definition of ephemeral flash in the pan nonsense. Do NOT Believe the HYPE!

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Emperor's New Clothes

TikiMon

This is one of the worst cases of major media music journalist BS hype being passed as substance. If you like projectile vomit vocals that are wholly indicipherable and lacking in all sense of dynamics backed by very mediocre mod-rock (oh pardon... I suppose we're supposed to call it \"Heavy Pop\"?!) jams this is for you. If you like songs that actually make some kind of sense and have some sense of melody, dynamics and subtlety then not so much. The patently ridiculously monikered WU LYF's sole claim to fame was their enigmatic nonsensical website, some nice videos, a feigned avoidance of fame and being vague and obscure. That doesn't necessarily translate to actually having any quality, substance or meaning though in this case. WU LYF is just this month's flavor and the latest virally transmitted internet disease of the oh-so-(un)holy facebook/Twitter/Youtube triumvirate: the very definition of ephemeral flash in the pan nonsense. Do NOT Believe the HYPE!

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Rare Gold

duncanh

It's not often that I get excited by a new band these days and it's even rarer that I find that band has a new release on Emusic. Some may find the vocal style irritating, but that guitar and driving rhythm section just carries everything along with it. I can imagine they would be great live - have to see them before they get any bigger.

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awesome

music4thesoul

i have heard they are even better live - enigmatic Manchester band whose credibility has spread by word of mouth and their kudos is well-deserved - We Bros, Dirt - absolute monster songs that grip me and shake me - best new band i've heard this year. An album everyone should have.

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