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Robbers & Cowards

Robbers & Cowards
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Cold War Kids - "Hang Me Up To Dry"

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9 years, 6 months ago at Dec 4 23:02
A band that the NME would like to constantly remind us has 'potential' but this, their debut full-length album, is nothing special. The two stand out tracks are Hang me out to dry and Hospital beds, which are really terrific tracks. Nothing else stood out for me though. I doubt this band will hit it big, there's no consistency there.

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Description: You've heard at least three dozen bands like Cold War Kids already. Bands fascinated with the first Strokes album and bent on expanding the promise of that artistically ill-fated group; bands bent on delivering records that have a fresh take on life in suburbia but offering instead a minor variation of angsty clichés; bands that have quirky-but-catchy takes on songwriting; bands that try a little too hard. As unique as some of the ideas on Robbers and Cowards are, it doesn't take long before Nathan Willett's vocals begin to grate (even when he channels Jeff Buckley during "Passing the Hat") and the time between the i ... (more)
Manufacturer: Downtown
Release date: 10 October 2006
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0878037000924 UPC: 878037000924
Tags: Indie Rock (3), Indie (2), 2007 (2), Music Mecca 46 (1), M4a (1), Powerdox (1), Alternative (1), Bought 2007 (1), American (1), Album (1)
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