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Dynamics

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Okay
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Dumb Disco Ideas
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Changing of the Guard
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Dance A Little Closer
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It Must Be The Weather
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1 For Edgar
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I Wanna Be Your Hand
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Bridge and Tunnel
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Don't Look Down
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In The Red
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Cheap Shots
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 49:45

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09.10.13
The electro enthusiasts amplify their pop tendencies and diversify their sound
2013 | Label: DFA / Revolver

NYC electro enthusiasts Holy Ghost! picked up Chromeo’s slack on their urbane, synthfunk-driven 2011 self-titled debut. On their second full-length, Dynamics, the duo — comprised of two life-long friends and musical collaborators, Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser — amplify their pop tendencies and diversify their sound. Although tunes such as “Bridge and Tunnel” and “It Must Be the Weather” conjure the first album’s smoldering nightlife vibe, Dynamics expands to encompass sugary new wave (the Yaz-like… read more »

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Holy Ghost! - Dynamics LP

AteBitBoy

smokey funky future electro retro rock..... a surprisingly amazing album the whole way through. Not one filler track on the entire LP. Classic 80s feel with a modern edge only Holy Ghost! has proven they can bring to you with every album.

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