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Name:White lies 2009 To lose my fife[

Total Size: 65.54 MB

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Artist....: White lies
Title.....: To lose my life
Rel. Date.: 2009
Type/Genre: Alternative
Size......: 66mb
Format....: mp3
Bitrate...: 190

1. "Death" 5:01
2. "To Lose My Life" 3:11
3. "A Place to Hide" 5:01
4. "Fifty On Our Foreheads" 4:21
5. "Unfinished Business" 4:18
6. "E.S.T." 5:01
7. "From the Stars" 4:52
8. "Farewell to the Fairground" 4:16
9. "Nothing to Give" 4:11
10. "The Price of Love"

One of the first releases of 2009 also looks dead set to number among the most significant. Epically depressive London trio White Lies were named as number 2 in the BBC’s Sound of 2009 most-likely-to poll, reflecting the intentions and suppositions of industry movers and shakers (critics, DJs, suited big-wigs with expense accounts). And it’s not hard to fathom what sent their collective neck hairs tingling. Morbidly macabre (barely a minute passes without some reference to death), gothically cold and efficient and free of baseless sentimentality yet relatable to, To Lose My Life is a machine of a debut record, an example in really getting the job done. Driven by the propulsive, non-nonsense Larry Mullen-esque drumming (think pre-Joshua Tree U2) of Jack Brown on steady percussive powerhouses like “A Place To Hide” and “From The Stars”, a bold path is lain over which singer Harry McVeigh roams dispensing haunting melancholy, his statuesque vocal pitched between David Byrne, Paul Banks of Interpol and Ian McCulloch. It’s all undeniably derivative, portions of their sound easily attributed to various sombre post-punk stalwarts of the 1980s; Joy Division, Echo & The Bunnymen, Talking Heads.

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