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Just hot music from this alternative supergroup. Somewhere between early Talking Heads, no wave and post-punk in general, late 70s-early 80s funk, and new funk-rock like Datarock. Smart and danceworthy. The original version will stand the test of time best, but some of the remixes are very excellent: Glimmers, Horse Meat Disco, Munk remixes. A band to watch.

15 to 20 is a horrible song

At my work, Old Navy, the song 15 to 20 is in the rotation of songs to play during hours we are open. Unfortnately our store doesn't control what plays. It is some kind of Old Navy station that plays, it sometimes plays an ad for our store card. Whenever this song comes on all the employees basically cringe, groan or make some kind face. None of us can stand this song. There is nothing good about this song. The lyrics are annoying and don't really make sense. The beat is wrong. If this song is supposed to be a song you can dance too it's not fast enough, if it's supposed to a just another pop song the lyrics are just plain wrong.

Biography

Formed: 2008 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

With a debut unreleased album that featured members of Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, TV on the Radio, L'Trimm, Calla, Mooney Suzuki, Oakley Hall, Antibalas, the Dap-Kings, Diamond Nights, Persephone's Bees, Si*Sé, and Apollo Heights, rumors circulated quickly from the get-go that the Phenomenal Handclap Band was a weighty endeavor, filled to the rim with both talent and potential. The New York collective was masterminded and formed by Daniel Collás and Sean Marquand, two underground club DJs struck...
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15 to 20 / You'll Disappear Remixes, The Phenomenal Handclap Band
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Alternative
  • Released: Oct 20, 2009

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