The Electric Era | Too Many Damaged Heroes

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Too Many Damaged Heroes

by The Electric Era

This is Anti-Gloss Pop from New Zealand, weaving British New Wave and Post Punk elements a la The Smiths, The Cure and Joy Division into the visceral Indie Pop attitude of 80's New Zealand sound pioneers such as The Chills, The Clean and The Verlaines
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Damage Done
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2. Jungle Out There
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3. Disappear
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4. Take It From Me
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5. Antidote
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6. Parallel Lines
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7. Script of A Crisis
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8. Comfortable
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9. Keep the Picture
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10. Together In Isolation
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11. Tunnel Vision
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12. Hero Parade
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13. Phoenix
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2009's third studio album proves that The Era are here to stay, roots firmly planted in New Zealand's indie pop paddock. A little pacier than its predecessors, this offering is full of perceptive lyrics packed into soaring melodies, driving guitars and chiming harmonies. No recycled formulae or tired stereotypes here, just quirky originality and rewarding discoveries.


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