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Love Is a War

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New style; but still unique.

The Rogue Traders have always had a unique style. Although Natalie is not singing with them anymore, the new lead singer has a voice which is very similar to Natalie's and suits the pop-rock songs they play.
I love the video clip, it's something new and the song is great. I really hope the album is as good and for them to reach overseas success. The band has worked hard for many years - they deserve it!

Cool video

I love this video!! I love this new song and the NEW Rogue Traders, I can't wait to hear & see more. Mindi you ROCK!

Their back and better than before

the rogue traders are better than before. personally i like this new chick better than natalie. she has more charisma. and she suits that band better.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Taking their name from Rogue Trader, the 1998 psychological drama featuring Ewan McGregor, the electro-rock group Rogue Traders was formed in the early 2000s by longtime friends and collaborators James Ash and Steve Davis. The musicians had first met in 1989 while DJing in London, and they achieved their biggest successes under the dance moniker Union State. Upon the group's relocation to Melbourne in 1992, Union State scored...
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Love Is a War, Rogue Traders
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  • $3.39
  • Genre: Pop
  • Released: 23 November 2009

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