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In Limbo

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Better
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Come Back
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Charlie
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Electric
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Huh
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In Limbo
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Sleep Is Noise
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Unable
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Why, Why, Why
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Roses & Wine
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Fire
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 55:45

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Marc Hogan is Wondering Sound's Lead News Writer. He has written for SPIN, Pitchfork and others. His work has been noted by the The New York Times and Da Capo B...more »

08.27.12
An alluring stroll along the blurry line between hooks and incantations
2012 | Label: Carpark Records

Kristina “Teeny” Lieberson used to play keyboard for Brooklyn indie rockers Here We Go Magic, and while her own dreamy electro-psych sister act relies on slightly different ingredients, the results can be similarly spellbinding. TEEN’s 2011 digital-only EP Little Doods leaned toward narcotic lo-fi jangle that recalled Mazzy Star. Mixed and produced by Spacemen 3′s Sonic Boom, and engineered by Here We Go Magic’s Jen Turner, full-length debut In Limbo is a brainy, immersive and… read more »

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Absolutely nothing special

Gypsycat61

There is a definite sound here, the problem is, I can't really come to a good reason to listen to it. The production is thick, flat and lacks imagination, the vocals are not attractive on any front, and the melodies of the songs wander to nowhere, with no particular reason for a listener to care if they hear more or not. Perhaps one tune, as an experiment in audio art, OK. Even then, this is kind of a headache inducing little set you can most probably live without.

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Who Are…TEEN

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

"I'll do it better, I'll do it better, I'll do it better than anybody else," sings Teeny Lieberson just 90 seconds into In Limbo, the first proper full-length from TEEN. As it turns out, that line is a feint; the group may open In Limbo with forthrightness, but the rest of In Limbo is full of bewitching misdirection. Just one song later, Teeny is singing "Come back, I don't wanna sleep another night alone" while… more »