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Foster the People have touches of California sunbaked pop in their repertoire, but there’s also a dark Euro-disco groove lurking under the hooks of “Don’t Stop (Color On the Walls)” and the thick, goth-like wash of “Waste.” Singer Mark Foster plays and programs enough keyboards to give the songs a grand entrance, while other members contribute to the production to jazz up and space out tracks like “Miss You” and “Life On the Nickel.” “Warrant” works under an ambient haze. “Houdini” charges with an unforgiving groove, squeaky synths and a falsetto that reaches back to the ‘70s disco era.

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BEST FRICKEN BAND EVER!

THIS BAND IS THE BEST BAND EVER!!!!!
FOSTER THE PEOPLE1FAN 4Eves

Garbage

It amazes me how many people seem to enjoy a song like "Pumped Up Kicks," which is basically the same line repeated - who knows how many times - for about 4:00 minutes. Shallow and meaningless lyrics, un-unique music, and "hipster appeal." Don't waste your money on this garbage.

Wow

This is the first time ive ever bought the full album of any band before. Every Song is excellent. My only complaint is that I NEED more but that isnt something worth taking a star over ;)

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in Los Angeles in 2009 by multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Mark Foster, indie rock trio Foster the People make melodic and atmospheric, dance-oriented pop. Foster initially began the project alone, but before long he added long-term friend Cubbie Fink on bass and drummer Mark Pontius to complete the lineup. The following year, their single "Pumped Up Kicks" was posted on their website, picking up considerable buzz online and significant airplay on KROQ, alongside packed performances...
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