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What Made Milwaukee Famous


From the album:

bark71: What Made Milwaukee Famous / What Doesn't Kill Us
  • Resistance St.
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The Austin guys' 2006 debut, Trying To Never Catch Up, ranged from jittery Franz Ferdinand rock to Rufus Wainwright sensitivity. Now they kick off What Doesn't Kill Us with the thunderous drum work of "Blood, Sweat & Fears," go directly into writing a Crowded House homage with "Sultan" and pop up with the boozy bar anthem, "Cheap Wine." Then (and why not, really?) they nail the sweet pop of bands like Travis and Keane all over the second half of the disc. Thing is, they do it as well as - if not at times better - all of the bands listed above. Filter


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