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Old 06-02-2006, 03:27 PM   #1
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has anyone listened to this band? They have a great early-'80s sound going with a bit of U2, The Smiths, and The Cure.

Their album "Are You Nervous?" is very solid and I can't stop listening to "Hide Away".

I hope they get some radioplay like The Fray received.
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I bought a couple of their songs on iTunes. "Paralyzed" is insanely catchy and I like the song "Raise Your Hands" too.

yes they sound xtremely 80's U2. though one song of theirs sounds like the Radiohead song Stop Whispering.
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I like Paralyzed too
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I love this cd. I can't stop listening to it. You should also check out Under the Influence of Giants.
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