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Need Your Light

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Water
Artist: Ra Ra Riot & Rostam
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Absolutely
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Foreign Lovers
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I Need Your Light
Artist: Ra Ra Riot & Rostam
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Bad Times
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Call Me Out
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Instant Breakup
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Every Time I'm Ready To Hug
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Bouncy Castle
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Suckers
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 35:50

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Interview: Ra Ra Riot

By Kevin O'Donnell, Contributor

Ra Ra Riot were one of 2008's hottest indie-rock success stories: a preppy, college-educated sextet of friends who mixed gorgeous chamber-pop strings with tight, New Wave beats — think of them as a modern-day version of Fleetwood Mac. But Ra Ra Riot came close to falling apart: Just before releasing their debut, the band's founding drummer John Pike was found mysteriously dead in the waters of Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, in June 2007. He was 22… more »

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Who Are…Lost in the Trees

By Laura Leebove, Managing Editor

Some indie rockers simply accent their songs with strings and horns, but Lost in the Trees's symphonic elements — along with frontman Ari Picker's acoustic guitar — serve as the foundation for the folk collective's second release, All Alone in an Empty House. Re-released by ANTI- with the vocals and nearly all the instrumentals re-recorded, Empty House is at times haunting, majestic, delicate, overwhelming and celebratory. With the whole work revolving mostly around Picker's family's… more »

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Who Are…Ra Ra Riot

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

The Statement-of-Purpose lyric comes late in the debut by New York quintet Ra Ra Riot — long after we've been through sluggish winters and drowned ghosts and trips to Gloucester. It's simple and direct, and repetition makes it stick: "We've got a lot to learn from each other, we have got to stick together." This is no idle sentiment. Over the course of a fistful of months, Ra Ra Riot went from whirlwind of hype to… more »