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Slow Focus

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Brainfreeze
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Year of the Dog
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The Red Wing
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Sentients
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Prince's Prize
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Stalker
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Hidden Xs
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 52:09

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07.23.13
Attacking their maximalist bangers on their own
2013 | Label: ATP Recordings / The Orchard

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Britster

This record is gonna disappoint no one who is a fan. Not at all. Three albums in, I'm firmly in the camp of "glad they reined in the monolithic bangers somewhat (they're there: "Stalker" and "Hidden X's") and went for more sinewy drum patterns". Certainly it's their most "dance floor-friendly" snuggie so far.

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jpgray79

Ok, the music is very intriquing, inventive andI like it. Seriously "Fuck Buttons" is this an homage to the "Sex Pistols"? Clitoral infatuation or just stupidity? I'll go with very talented musucians with a naive sense of irony or idiots. I really hope they make stadium anthems and have to play at "Verizon Fuck Me Theatre"

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