10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Texas have always had a knack for an inescapable melody, and musical curiosity continues to keep their sound evergreen three decades after they formed. The fleet-footed “Let’s Work It Out” nods to Nile Rodgers with an itchy guitar riff driving glossy disco-pop, while “Can’t Control”’s fusion of country noir and hip-hop bass will have Lana Del Rey’s ears burning. “Great Romances” could even be a lost girl-group classic, pounding like a love-struck heart as Sharleen Spiteri’s voice soars to imperious peaks of longing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Texas have always had a knack for an inescapable melody, and musical curiosity continues to keep their sound evergreen three decades after they formed. The fleet-footed “Let’s Work It Out” nods to Nile Rodgers with an itchy guitar riff driving glossy disco-pop, while “Can’t Control”’s fusion of country noir and hip-hop bass will have Lana Del Rey’s ears burning. “Great Romances” could even be a lost girl-group classic, pounding like a love-struck heart as Sharleen Spiteri’s voice soars to imperious peaks of longing.

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