Tenement Teeth - Pela - Anytown Graffiti (CD, Album)

Download Tenement Teeth - Pela - Anytown Graffiti (CD, Album)
Label: Great Society Recordings - none • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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  1. Shagal
    TV On The Radio had the best album of , in my opinion, and this is the best of "Waiting on the Stairs", "Song Writes Itself", "Tenement Teeth" and "Lost to the Lonesome" are great rock songs, and "The Trouble with River Cities" and "Your Desert's Not a Desert At All" are gorgeous. Pick up this album and see them live if you get the /5(22).
  2. Zolotilar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pela - Anytown Graffiti at Discogs. Complete your Pela collection/5(4).
  3. Yok
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Anytown Graffiti on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Akinojind
    Watch the video for Tenement Teeth from Pela's Anytown Graffiti for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Shaktizshura
    Album. Anytown Graffiti Pela. Released Tenement Teeth Lyrics. 9. Rooftops - (Moth Song Outro) Lyrics. Anytown Graffiti Lyrics. About “Anytown Graffiti”.
  6. Kazik
    Apr 22,  · Pela's debut album Anytown Graffiti is one of the more eagerly anticipated releases of the year. Known for their awesome live shows and two well-received EPs, Pela has finally put out a full.
  7. Turamar
    The pieces on the album certainly do resemble one another -- Pela has a formula, a vision, and they stick to it -- but instead of making Anytown Graffiti seem predictable or derivative, this consistency gives an element of depth and wholeness to it, like it's a complete piece, a fully explained thought, instead of just a collection of separate.
  8. Vicage
    For me, Pela sounds like a cross between the Killers (especially with the vocals) and the National, with a bit of Interpol thrown in for good measure. Nearly every track on Anytown Graffiti is great, and I was strongly tempted to give this album stars, but a sense of sameness throughout makes the record slightly less memorable as a whole.

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