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The Big Roar The Joy Formidable
Release Date: 2011 - 01 - 24, Audio CD, Atlantic
Last Update 21.05.2013 22:59
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by - written on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
This album represents an end to months of searching on my part. After hearing 'A Heavy Abacus' some time ago I frantically tried to Google lyrics and anything I could think of to find out who the band was! After having no luck with remembering the words and nobody in the world seeming to be able to recognise the song from my dodgy attempts at humming the tune I heard the same voice whilst flicking through the music channels on TV and after a couple of minutes wait I finally discovered the bands name. And thankfully, after listening to the remainder of the album I wasn't disappointed. The best word to describe how this band sound would be BIG! After giving ... Read the complete review
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