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Supermodel

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Are You What You Want to Be?
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Ask Yourself
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Coming of Age
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Nevermind
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Pseudologia Fantastica
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The Angelic Welcome of Mr. Jones
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Best Friend
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A Beginner's Guide to Destroying the Moon
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Goats in Trees
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The Truth
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Fire Escape
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 48:06

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Dan Hyman

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03.18.14
Nearly as maximalist as its predecessor
2014 | Label: Columbia

Foster the People’s immensely popular 2011 debut Torches masked disillusion with a surface-only cheeriness. Three years and mountains of mainstream hype later, lead singer Marc Foster appears more comfortable directly venting his frustrations. “I’m bored of the game/ And too tired to rage,” the former ad-jingle writer admits on “Coming of Age,” Supermodel‘s first single, catchiest track and lone cut gleeful enough to warrant consideration for soundtracking another KIA ad. To be sure, the L.A.… read more »

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Supermodel

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I've been waiting for this album, to see if it would continue the same as Torches. And my anticipation was worth while, the party continues, this album is great. On first listening I sensed its genuine freedom and its robust sensations. This is what the world needs, beautiful music. Some dance tunes with provocative lyrics and some slower more in vocative tunes to sober-up to, (the party won't last forever). But in regards to Mr. Foster please continue.

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THIS ALBUM SUCks!!

brianogston

sO bAD AND I REALLLY LIKED THE FIRST ONE. A Floater of an album. Seems like some B-side outtakes. No bueno.

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