The Bright Room | Horror Crash Puzzle

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Horror Crash Puzzle

by The Bright Room

mean little mean tunes somewhere around where radiohead collides with tom waits. they’re harsh like a 3-penny opera trolly car rattling down tracks laid by a blair witch live-feed horror show.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Prima Lux
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2. Amerigo
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3. Blowback
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4. Trust Me I Know
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5. Everybody Needs to Stay Alive
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6. Empty at Two
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7. Eden
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4:41 $0.99
8. Reveille
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9. Little Dogs & Station Wagons
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10. Scratches
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11. Travelin' Show
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12. Bells & Whistles
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So many \"indie\" bands expend all their effort trying to sound like someone else. Their influences become more like a target for mimicry. The Bright Room has instead chosen to clearly embrace their Radiohead influences, and yet carve out their own sound (with the possible exception of \"Eden\", which leans pretty heavily on \"Punchup at a Wedding\", if I may be so bold). I have been seeking out someone who isn\'t trying to impersonate- so thank you.