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With songs as vibrant and colorful as an American Apparel window display, Walk the Moon’s eponymous sophomore album is radiant with hip dance-pop. Producer Ben H. Allen helps the Cincinnati quartet craft a Brooklyn sound, starting with the opening “Quesadilla,” where Nicholas Petricca sings wistfully over pulsing club beats and neon synths. “Lisa Baby” imports jangly guitars that get instantly smothered by a gigantic, distorted bass line before Petricca’s falsettos command a smooth downshift in song tempo. “Next in Line” is a summer love jam swooning with an overpowering melody and amorous sentiments. Fans of Foster the People, Air, or Phoenix will find a familiar sleekness and cosmopolitan charm in “Anna Sun,” an outstanding number that blends Euro-flavored disco with indie-tinged melancholia. “Jenny” is a robust dance floor epic with big, buoyant rhythms and clever arrangements that somehow keep everything sounding more catchy than complicated. The slower ballad “I Can Lift a Car” closes with emotion, proving that Walk the Moon is more man than machine.

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its good but defs not as good as I Want! I Want!
i like the old versions better.

Best Band in the World.

These guys are the next Coldplay. But better.

'I Want! I Want!' the Old Walk the Moon back...

This album is good. That's undeniable. The writing is great, its high energy, and just generally really great. You know what's better? Walk the Moon's original first album, 'I Want! I Want!' Though that album (which incidentally, was all of these songs, before this remaster) wasn't as pop sounding, it spoke to a dedicated, unique indie band from Ohio. This album sounds like that band is headed towards being another fancy pop rock band, al a Neon Trees or even Maroon 5. I was very happy for Walk the Moon when they announced their record deal, but I am now worried that their new spot as MTV's new pet band has caused them to lose sight of their roots. Cincinnati misses you Walk the Moon.


Formed: 2008 in Cincinnati, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Spirited and quirky Cincinnati, Ohio-based indie rockers Walk the Moon formed in the late 2000s around the talents of Nicholas Petricca, Kevin Ray, Sean Waugaman, and Eli Maiman. After independently releasing their 2010 debut album, I Want! I Want!, the band signed on with Brooklyn-based boutique management company Mick Management and began work on its follow-up LP with producer/mixer/songwriter Ben Allen at Atlanta, Georgia's Doppler Studios. The resulting sophomore outing, Walk the Moon, arrived...
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Indie Rock
  • Released: Jun 15, 2012

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