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a m a z i n g

Quality. Quality. This album is one of my favourites at the moment. As it is was even better live (which is hard because its already so amazing). <3

Different from the last

I really liked their last album a great deal. "Ante Up" was my fave .
There is nothing that remains from the last album on this one. Their direction change
goes right past me and there is little one can recall to sing on ones own.
They should go back to the production, lyrics and catchy melodies they had on the last album. Saes will prove whether I am right or wrong. I am rooting for them however.


Formed: 2008 in Portland, OR

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

When Pseudosix broke up, frontman Tim Perry found himself disheartened by what he saw as apathy in the Portland music scene. As a response to the disaffected crowds he faced, he set out to create a band that would work as earnestly as possible to get out there and try to move people, and in 2008 he formed Ages and Ages. Recruiting a crew of multi-instrumentalists who included former Pseudosix side player Kate O’Brien-Clarke as well as John McDonald, Graham Mackenzie, Daniel Hunt, Rob Oberdorfer,...
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