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Better Luck Next Life

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Darling Divine
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Burned
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Faster, Harder
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Be Afraid Of Me
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Nightmare Voodoo
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Contempt
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Black Sheep
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Map of Heaven
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Someone New
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 45:53

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02.03.12
Black humor and brooding grooves
2012 | Label: Kanine Records

There’s the bend of slack-keyed guitar, a rumbling bass line, a steady beat on the toms and then it’s “hate at first sight” and “a shrug and a kiss,” in a psychedelic swoon called “Darling Divine.” The track is a proper opener for Royal Baths’ sophomore effort, an album of both black humor and brooding grooves. Jeremy Cox and Jigmaer Baer, the core of the band, have gone from Bay Area garage-kids to Brooklyn-based sulkers.… read more »

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