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Hologram Jams

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I Started A Fire
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Polaroids and Red Wine
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Cherry Soda
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Don't Die Alone
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Up All Night
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Jaguar Warriors
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Everything is Awesome
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Evaline
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Sad Parade
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A Prostitute, An Angel
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Freak Out
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Piece of My Heart
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 43:57

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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 »

03.02.10
Jaguar Love, Hologram Jams
Label: Fat Possum Records

Take a look at the album art for Jaguar Love's sophomore album, Hologram Jams, and you'll pretty much know what you're in for — think big glammy guitars, infectious dance beats and in-your-face vocals. Comprised of two ex-members of beloved hard rock band Blood Brothers, Jaguar Love has a fun-loving sound that's more hard-party than hard-core.

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GREATEST RECORD OF 2010!!!!

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Just freakin' get it! It's so awesome!

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With Jaguar Love’s 2008 debut, the former Blood Brothers and Pretty Girls Make Graves members seemed to be headed in a poppier direction, but no one could be prepared for what they had in store for Hologram Jams. For their 2010 outing, the group went the Har Mar Superstar route and made a full-on computerized pop album. Without key member, drummer/bassist/sometime keyboardist, J. Clark, the former power trio continued on as a guitar and laptop duo. It’s a huge turn, and because Hologram Jams is so synthesized, with the only organic ingredient being Cody Voltolato’s processed guitar, Johnny Whitney’s dazzlingly shrill singing style and flare for dramatics become even more evident. The music is seriously warped and totally danceable, filled with ‘80s-centric synths, booty beats, and lyrics about riding a mastodon to prom and battling an octopus. The indie rock/post-punk pretenses may be behind them, but the album is comprised of bristling energy. “I Started a Fire” and “Up All Night” are bombastic singles, while “Don’t Die Alone” and “Evaline” are sentimental power anthems for a digital age. – Jason Lymangrover

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