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Mirror

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In Finite Clock!
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Notes
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Olio
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Frames Frames Frames
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Mirror
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Alienation
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Dusk At Maureen's
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Kid 606 In Love With The Underground
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The Rapture’s Mirror recalls the icy experimentalism of post-punk groups like Suicide, the Cure, Joy Division, and Public Image Ltd, as well as the more extended song structures of the latter band and Television. – Steve Huey