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by Mokadas

Genre: Pop: Swedish Pop/Rock
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1. Scars
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3:29 album only
2. Shame
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4:02 album only
3. Kickon Jesus
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2:54 album only
4. My Last Song
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3:42 album only
5. Love Hate
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6. Pretty Face
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4:31 album only
7. Last Call for Alcohol
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8. Silence
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9. Dogs
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10. 60 Seconds
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I\'m no expert on the Swedish rock scene, but if the organ-heavy, garage-ish sound this group has put together is any indication, things are going well over there. Combining old (the aforementioned organ, a tastefully vintage and lo-fi feel on the drums) and new (boisterous harmonies that drive home some very 21st century lyrics), they\'ve honed in on a sound that is initially gripping for its fresh take on a classic sound, and increasingly impressive as the approach takes on a life of its own. This may be their debut album, but you can tell these guys have been around; the songwriting indicates clear evidence of experience in making this look easy, and it comes through perfectly in the attention to detail in both the arrangements and the lyrics. \"Pretty Face\" and \"Last Call for Alcohol\" are two distinct declarations of kiss-off confidence, an attitude that suits the group\'s brash sound well. The former rocks right off the bat, leading into a chorus that quickly doubles in strength and powers the song all the way through. The latter brings the sound down a bit, breaking out the acoustic and leaning harder on the pop. The group seems more than comfortable with either sound, and it seems whichever way you want to shake it, they\'ve got something for you. If you ever wondered what an updated \"Waiting for the Sun\"-era Doors would sound like, this has got to be pretty darn close.