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Diamonds & Studs

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Best of Me
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Killer Life
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Hot Tonight
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How You Know It’s Love
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Snobby Little Elf
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Sugarbaby
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Bitches
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Addicted
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Bipolar Bear
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Teenage
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That's My Tune
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Three's A Crowd
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Cat In A box
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 39:04

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This will keep me moving today!

beach_it

What awesome music... a little attitude with rhythm! Another dance around the house kind of album.

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Good for workouts . . .

funoka

Like their first record -- this one is pretty fun power pop . . . but that name!

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High Energy

bobbym529

Lots of catchy high energy rock songs. Instantly likable.

They Say All Music Guide

Like the title implies, Morningwood’s second album is all about two things, sparkly sparkly pop and driving rock. The record blends power pop with glammy dance rock excess, sounding a bit like Brassy or a less intense, female Andrew W.K. “The Best of Me” (also the theme song for VH1′s Daisy of Love), which jumps out of the gate with big guitars and vaguely tribal percussion, is an easy-to-like and easier-to-dance-to pop single if there ever were one. The real high points of the album come when the rock makes its way to the forefront. “Killer Life” and “Snobby Little Elf” are solid, arena-ready power pop singalongs, with both songs drawing you in with a bit of a buildup before exploding into instantly catchy choruses. Morningwood are moving to get out of the rock club and into the nightclub, and Diamonds & Studs is an album that’s easy on the ears and hard on dancefloors. – Gregory Heaney

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