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Howl Of The Lonely Crowd

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Clang Of The Concrete Swans
5:06  
02
The Weekend Dreams
3:08  
03
An Arcade From The Warm Rain That Falls
2:57  
04
She Had Daydreams
2:03  
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Working Circle Explosive!
3:45  
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Yoona Baines
2:09  
07
Herbert Huncke Prt 2
4:02  
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After Midnight, After Its All Gone Wrong
5:51  
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A Memorial For Nobody I Know
2:07  
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Ballad Of Frankie Machine
3:05  
11
Some Of Us Don't Want To Be Saved
4:31  
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Thee Ecstatic Library
2:04  
13
In A Lonely Place
1:31  
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Marc Hogan is Wondering Sound's Lead News Writer. He has written for SPIN, Pitchfork and others. His work has been noted by the The New York Times and Da Capo B...more »

10.03.11
Poignant, punk-streaked indie pop
Label: Fortuna POP / The Orchard

Comet Gain embodies a certain outsider-pop sensibility so perfectly — that is, so imperfectly — that the veteran British group appears doomed to forever remain a cult phenomenon. Howl of the Lonely Crowd, the sixth proper album from culture addict David Feck and his ever-changing band of enablers, is a timely reminder that this isn’t such a bad thing to be.

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