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Customer Reviews

Mr

I rather like this release. It's growing on me. There is an interesting balance about the whole album. If you know the raveonettes you'll know what to expect, but this is really very tuneful. Some great hooks. I suppose you could say its a bit west coast, like I'd know what that means! but I do feel like jumping around with sand in my feet waving my hands in the air! Damn it, I'm listening to it and loving it.

Fuzzy pop

Good pop tunes with a fuzzy metal backing sums up The Raveonettes music.Over the past 2 or 3 albums there has been less of a wall of sound behind the catchy pop tunes.This is Sleigh Bells without being smacked in the face with a shovel at least once on every track.

Plenty to like here & well up to thier usual standard,good stuff.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining the noisy swells of the Jesus and Mary Chain with melodic elements of '50s rock & roll, the Raveonettes formed in Copenhagen during 2001. Guitarist Sune Rose Wagner had tried assembling a band for several years, traveling between New York City, Las Vegas, Hollywood, and an island outside of Seattle in his search for like-minded musicians. A longtime fan of Bob Dylan, he also prized the songwriting of Buddy Holly, the harmonies of the Everly Brothers, and the guitar work of Mark Knopfler,...
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