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  • Miran

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    Self-produced fragile folk, The Optimist swung at a melancholic strum. With sophomore album Ether Song, however, Turin Brakes has turned to studio as friend, not foe, resulting in an assured strut more akin to the second-wave that Brit-pop comparisons already leveled/5(60).

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  • Dall

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    Two years later, however, no one you heard more about this so-called flow and the CD's that Tom McRae and Erlend Øye (Kings Of Convenience) released in early , sounded anything but acoustic. In that respect, Ether Song by Turin Brakes the exception that proves the rule. They are however linger at the sound of their debut album.

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  • Mazumi

    02.10.2012 at 22:12

    Self-produced fragile folk, The Optimist swung at a melancholic strum. With sophomore album Ether Song, however, Turin Brakes has turned to studio as friend, not foe, resulting in an assured strut more akin to the second-wave that Brit-pop comparisons already leveled/5(62).

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