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(III)

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Plague
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Kerosene
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Wrath Of God
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Affection
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Pale Flesh
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Sad Eyes
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Insulin
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Transgender
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Violent Youth
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Telepath
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Mercenary
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Child I Will Hurt You
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 39:39

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When he's not filing news stories, shooting a live show or contributing the occasional feature for Wondering Sound, Andrew Parks edits and publishes self-titled...more »

11.13.12
As vinegary and vicious as ever
2012 | Label: Casablanca

It’s easy to be cynical about Crystal Castles, to reduce their blank stares and shit-eating sneers to a well-rehearsed caricature of rebellion and pre-apocalyptic rock ‘n’ roll: The Sex Pistols of the Steve Aoki set. But that’s selling their self-assured sound short. Decidedly DIY from the start, it’s as vinegary and vicious as ever on (III), a pressure-cooked LP that melds the mercurial mood swings of singer Alice Glass with Ethan Kath’s volcanic builds, lumbering… read more »

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III

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They have gone a different direction from the first album, the second album is similar to this but not very similar. III has a dark feel, good beats to fuel whatever type of drug infused night you might have. The original Crystal Castle sound is gone, however, if they continue to make music that sounds like this I won't have a problem.

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