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The Temper Trap (Deluxe Version)

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Customer Reviews

Treat for my ears!!

Buy it, you won't be disappointed! These guys are getting better and better in my estimation!

Amazing second album!

Wow. After listening to this album second time around, I realised how great it was! The songs have such depth, I can't recommend only one song, haha. Oh and I noticed it says that it's been released in 2006 at the top (on my screen anyway), well that's wrong, it came out last Thurs I think! Anyways, chyeah I highly recommend listening to this (maybe a couple times) especially if you enjoyed their previous album :)

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With their choir boy vocals and panoramic pop/rock sound, the Temper Trap began building an audience in Melbourne, Australia, where the band first rose to local acclaim after playing St. Jerome's Laneway Festival in March 2006. The Temper Trap released their debut EP that same year, and word of the group's potential soon spread to other continents. Veteran British producer Jim Abbiss (who previously worked on the Arctic Monkeys' debut) saw enough promise in the Temper Trap's material...
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  • €10.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 18 May 2012

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