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Belong

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Belong
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Heaven's Gonna Happen Now
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Heart in Your Heartbreak
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The Body
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Anne With An E
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Even in Dreams
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My Terrible Friend
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Girl of 1,000 Dreams
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Too Tough
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Strange
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 39:20

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Matthew Fritch spent more than a decade as senior editor of the Philadelphia-based magazine MAGNET, where he wrote about wildly unpopular indie rock bands and r...more »

02.16.11
No longer content to jangle politely in the indie-pop underground
Label: Collective Sounds / The Orchard

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's 2009 debut album was so well-versed in the arcane classics of twee, shoegaze and C86 guitar jangle that it seemed less like a rock album than a studied, masterful thesis statement. Having earned its cultivated, bookish-pop pedigree with clever songs such as "Young Adult Friction," the Brooklyn band has decided to shake the library shelves with the subtlety of a wrecking ball. This feat occurs 12 seconds into… read more »

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What Will They Do...

longarche

...When New Order and all the other '80's bands these guys are ripping off show up at their house and want their music back? Sure, it's great pop, but really, we've heard this before.

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Great follow up

Joseph93

Very nice, I may even like this one better...

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Great

theenddecay

Check out my full review here: http://earbuddy.blogspot.com/2011/03/earbuddy-review-pains-of-being-pure-at.html

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