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Customer Reviews

They're still Architecture In Helsinki.

Let me begin by saying, first off, that BANDS CHANGE-- of course this album is different than its predecessors. What band wants to produce the same album twice? It is obvious that Architecture In Helsinki just wants to have fun, and they hold nothing back on this collection of energetic tracks. It's a breath of fresh air, and while I do prefer their previous albums, it's nice to see that AIH can take a more "dance-y" route while still retaining their unique sense of silliness and fun. Quirky and exhuberant, this album isn't meant to be taken too seriously-- it's just a great one to dance to and simply have FUN. Highlights: Red Turned White, Hold Music, Like It or Not, Debbie, Nothing's Wrong, Same Old Innocence. P.S. If you ever get the chance to see AIH live, don't pass it up-- their shows are always full of energy and they really know how to get a crowd moving!

A Rhythm!!

I just found my feet again, and they move all crazy like

Architecture does not dissapoint!

Somewhat different from their previous albums, but still amazing. As soon I began to play the album i began to dance; it's that great! Click the buy album button now and start dancing! ~personal favorite: Hold Music~

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Australian indie pop ensemble Architecture in Helsinki hail from Fitzroy, Melbourne, and have counted multi-instrumentalists Cameron Bird, James Cecil, Gus Franklin, Isobel Knowles, Jamie Mildren, Sam Perry, Tara Shackell, and Kellie Sutherland among their ranks. The band's musical arsenal is even bigger than its roster, featuring instruments as diverse as analog synths and samplers, glockenspiel, tuba, clarinet, and recorder along with the more predictable drums, bass, and guitar. Architecture...
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