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a bit of a mess

Bought this album (and their previous) because of Vital Signs. If you're looking for something like Vital Signs, you won't get it here. On this one I enjoyed 2 songs besides Vital Signs. I wish I'd just bought the three. To me this album sounds like a big experiment in diversity, which was very hit and miss. Mostly miss (IMO). That said, the opening track Induco, is beautiful.


this album exceeded all my expectations. im happy the juggernauts have taken some risks, and i really think they have paid off. a really interesting and engaging pop record


Most bands find it too hard overcome the overwhelming success from their first album, and fail to do to do the same with the follow-up. But these talent youngsters are capable to do so!

Excellent ALBUM!!!


Genre: Electronic

Midnight Juggernauts are an electro-pop synth rock group from Melbourne, Australia. The founding members, in a nod to the Ramones, renamed themselves Vincent Juggernaut and Andy Juggernaut. The two met in high school and played straightforward guitar rock together before moving on to experiment with synthesizers and dance music. Unable to find a permanent drummer, they played their first concerts with part-time drummers while wearing the uniforms of military dictators. Eventually they abandoned the...
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