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Old 01-15-2009, 02:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pretty sweet band, i trust people know of them here? Gritty old school garage rock with blues, soul and punk influences. Real dirty edge.

They've had a couple of singles over here doing well, in fact i'd put Lets Talk About it up there with my favourite singles of the past year.

The Workout Holiday LP is excellent, thoroughly recommend it. The Lets Talk About It EP is also pretty decent
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Heard Shake Shake Shake and thought it was fairly average really.
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Old 01-15-2009, 02:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I love that song..
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Old 01-17-2009, 05:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The video for "Shake Shake Shake" reminds me of Gummo.

Anyway, they're a little too upbeat for me. But then, I listen to Tori Amos. :O
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saw them at sxsw last year. it was very "ok". it wasnt bad, but i wasnt exactly impressed; they seemed pretty amateur.
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The video for "Shake Shake Shake" reminds me of Gummo.

Anyway, they're a little too upbeat for me. But then, I listen to Tori Amos. :O
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I prefer Tori on her own over "Y Kant Tori Read". Sorry.
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Theyre alright, I have an EP by them, but there is nothing on it that arouses my interest enough to get a full length album by them.
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I prefer Tori on her own over "Y Kant Tori Read". Sorry.
It was meant as a joke.
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It was meant as a joke.
... oh yeah, I totally knew that. Trust me.

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