Kill The Moonlight - Spoon Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Spoon / Audio CD released 2002-09-02 at 12xu / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Small Stakes 2 The Way W ... more
Kill The Moonlight - Spoon ... Way We Get By
3 Something To Look Forward To
4 Stay DonĀ?t Go
5 Jonathon Fisk
6 Paper Tiger
7 Someone Something
8 DonĀ?t Let It Get You Down
9 All The Pretty Girls Go To The City
10 You Gotta Feel It
11 Back To The Life
12 Vittorio E.
Newest Review: ... slightly gawky Daniels beat-boxing. I defy anyone to listen to The Way We Get By and not find themselves tapping their feet. ... more
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Spoon Kill The Moonlight
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by - written on 23/05/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Kill the Moonlight is Indie rock band Spoon's Fourth studio album, released in 2002, after Girls Can Tell and before Gimme Fiction. It's a far more stripped down affair from the following album and more in the vein of their earlier records. Although this was released before Spoon hit it big, The Way We Get By was used in The O.C. and Stranger than fiction, amongst other films and television shows, which helped the band to be heard by a wider audience. The album opens with Small Stakes, which a lot of people really, really love but while I can enjoy its frenetic energy, I can't enjoy the melody. It's a pretty good opener however, in that it lets you know what ... Read the complete review
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