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Darkness On the Edge of Gastown
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No Allegiance To the Queen
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Sexual Aerosol
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Lovers/Strangers
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Lucifer's Symphony
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Couture Suicide
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Avant Sleepwalk
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Coma Complacency
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To Hell With Good Intentions
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Press Corps
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 40:34

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Sean Fennessey

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05.10.10
Call them exuberantly old-fashioned, but don't call them soft
2010 | Label: Polyvinyl Records

Japandroids are a band out of time. They howl. They strum furiously. They scream lyrics like, "We used to dream!/ Now we worry about dying!" And they're a drums 'n' guitar twosome (How 2003!). Call them exuberantly old-fashioned, but don't call them soft. Because, as this smooshed-together compilation of their early EPs, 2007's All Lies and 2008's Lullaby Death Jams, elucidates, this is a band with a fury inside of it. With Brian King on… read more »

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if they are a band out of time . . .

HecklerSpray

Then wisk me back to the past (or, please dear god, let this be the sound of the future). The perfect antidote for the ceaselessly reproduced pro tools and new synth bands that are out there that so many here and elsewhere can't seem to get enough of (enough!).

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No Singles!

mamet

Love these guys on album, hate them live!

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No Singles

HeyG

Great reissues of their early work. Great band, even better live.

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