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Customer Reviews

Awesome Album

Clever lyrics, catchy tunes. . . doesn't resemble their earlier albums which in my opinion is a good thing. Definitely a good album,couple songs of which should have been singles.


A truly beautiful album. "Barney Rubble" is one of the catchiest songs I've ever heard, and "Twit to Waltz" reminds me of older Ben Folds melodies...with an English accent. Truly wonderful album - you're missing out if you don't buy!


Formed: 2004 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Blending the big guitars and emotional swagger of Brit-pop with a subtle but clearly felt dance-friendly pulse, the Twang have quickly risen to fame in the U.K. after making a splash on the club scene and earning the respect of the music press. The Twang were formed in 2004 in Birmingham by singer Phil Etheridge and bassist Jon Watkin under the name Neon Twang. Inspired by guitar bands such as Oasis and the Streets as well as "Madchester" acts like Happy Mondays, Neon Twang were created as a reaction...
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