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Ride Your Heart

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Looking for A Fight
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Next Stop
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Outta My Mind
3:23
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Dead in Your Head
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Dreaming Without You
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Waiting By the Telephone
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Love Spells
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Searching Through the Past
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Ride Your Heart
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Dead Boy
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Guy Like You
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When I Was Yours
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 36:59

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Alex Naidus

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04.02.13
Bleached, Ride Your Heart
2013 | Label: Dead Oceans / SC Distribution

Bleached’s motto might be “Sisters just wanna have fun.” The L.A. four-piece orbits around Jennifer and Jessie Clavin, the two primary songwriters and sisters who specialize in exuberant garage-punk. After the dissolution of the Clavins’ previous band — the locally-beloved, yelpier Mika Miko — the pair took joyous refuge in writing sweet, revved-up three-chord songs together. Last year Jennifer told Spinner, “I feel like I wouldn’t be playing music if I didn’t have that [connection]… read more »

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#4 Album of the year for 2013

KBRItunes

Los Angeles' Bleached follow a similar path and sound to Best Coast, but provide a much better take on the Ramones meets Ronettes California punk pop. Reminds me of a polished up Fastbacks. Great songs!)

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Bleached

patsianoddy

ok but a poor version of the GO GOs

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One dimensional.

containerdriver

Basically this is ronnettes/ ravonettes 50's/60's girlie pop. Every track a variation of the last. Unimaginative and very very very very repetative.....

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Who Are…Bleached

By Tobi Vail, Contributor

When women and girls listen to love songs written by and/or performed by men, we have to filter stuff out, switch pronouns and, often, navigate a sexist point of view. After a lifetime of listening to male-dominated pop music I'm used to making these kinds of adjustments in my head, but I still feel starved for love songs that I can actually identify with and dance to without a power struggle. This drives me to… more »