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Thank Your Lucky Stars

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Majorette
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She's So Lovely
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All Your Yeahs
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One Thing
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Common Girl
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The Traveller
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Elegy to the Void
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Rough Song
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Somewhere Tonight
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 40:58

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A bit regressive but still quite good.

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At first I was a little disappointed but over repeated listens I've really come to enjoy this. It isn't quite as tight as Bloom or Teen Dream but a bit of a departure and a more, well, dreamy. To me it brings to mind Julee Cruise, elements of Cocteau Twins, and their first couple non-Sub Pop records. Oddly, I seem to enjoy the record more as it progresses feeling like it finishes stronger which is the reverse of what you usually get.

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