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Les Revenants

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Hungry Face
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Jaguar
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The Huts
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Kill Jester
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This Messiah Needs Watching
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Whisky Time
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Special N
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Relative Hysteria
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Fridge Magic
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Portugal
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Eagle Tax
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Modern
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What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?
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Wizard Motor
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 50:12

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Amber Cowan has spent 15 years interviewing rock and pop artists for UK publications including The Times, Metro and the Evening Standard, among many others. She...more »

10.26.13
Mogwai, Les Revenants
2013 | Label: Sub Pop Records

Les Revenants (“the ghosts”) may be the soundtrack to the unsettling zombie drama that was made for the French TV channel Canal Plus, but this is no bloody sonic assault; indeed, it’s less tempestuous than you’d expect from Stuart Braithwaite’s band. Full of restrained terror, ominous drums and cascading piano, it conjures mental images of mists and mountains, and is by turns haunting and heavenly.

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