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Nice, Nice, Very Nice

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Road Regrets
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Robots
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The Indie Queens Are Waiting
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Sold
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Fair Verona
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You Silly Git
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Tina's Glorious Comeback
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Et Les Mots Croisés
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Some People
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Pine For Cedars
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Basket
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Set The Sails
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 44:51

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Amelia Raitt

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Amelia Raitt is a former writer for the television program Mr. Belvedere and has been writing about pop music of all colors and stripes for eMusic since 2005. S...more »

08.11.09
Dan Mangan, Nice, Nice, Very Nice
2009 | Label: File Under: Music / The Orchard

Canadian folkie Dan Mangan's Polaris Prize-nominated second LP sounds just like its name: Nice, Nice, Very Nice. Behind him are layers of acoustic and electric guitars, shouted choruses and sometimes whistles and keyboards, as he sings about road trips, indie queens and love interests making out with other guys. Most memorable, though, is the twee second track, "Robots," in which he sings, "Robots need love too/ They want to be loved by you" with a… read more »

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Brosef

Something is happening in Vancouver right now... and it's awesome. Said The Whale, Hannah Georgas, The Zolas, The Racoons, Steph Macphearson! Leading the charge is the poster boy of it all, Dan Mangan. Nice, Nice, Very Nice is an incredible album that will help launch the success of not only Dan, but many others. One of the best of 2009!!

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Great Album

GriffithsDavid

Road Regrets, Robots, The Indie Queens Are Waiting, and Sold are the more instantly gratifying tracks. But they definitely don't stand alone. This album is my Bon Iver for 2009.