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We Are Nobody

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Rhythm King
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What Did We Do?
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Better Place
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Talk Back
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We Are Nobody
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Curtains
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Painkiller
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Running With Me
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Hands Free
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Look at the Girl
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This Is Sick
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 35:12

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Rob Young

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02.21.12
The Chap, We Are Nobody
2012 | Label: Lo Recordings / state51

East London’s the Chap are tailor-made for the over-educated, “creative economy” audiences of their Shoreditch and Dalston stamping grounds. The quintet have developed a similar sleight-of-hand to LCD Soundsystem: Even as they draw attention to their nerdy, loser status (their strapline: “the most interesting pop failure in history”), they outfox and outfunk the hipsters at their own game. Contrariness is built into their DNA: They’re led by a German expat whose urbane drawl is almost… read more »

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We are nobody

Oinkpig

Love it. First album I've played over and over again for ages. Nice pop hooks, amusing lyrics, understated but engaging and carefully layered production.

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