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Gallop & Other Distorted Love Songs

by Lemons Are Louder Than Rocks

Fans of Dr. Dog and Apples In Stereo will love LALTR\'s indie-folk art-pop on the band\'s self-released new album Gallop & Other Distorted Love Songs. (WXPN.ORG 88.5)
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Gallop
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3:27 $0.99
2. Good Idea
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3. There Is No Death For Me
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4:54 $0.99
4. Looking at Me
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2:42 $0.99
5. Keep My Bag
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7:17 $0.99
6. Roastbeef Sammich
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7. She Blew a Kiss
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2:50 $0.99
8. Who Are You Dreaming Of?
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2:19 $0.99
9. E-T-I-K-I-G-O
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10. That's That
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11. Better Than Before
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12. Lewd Nudle
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Album Notes
The album makes for a jaunty trip, recalling the quirky likes of Starlight Mints and early Dr. Dog along the way. “There Is No Death for Me!” is a fuzzy fable about “the night good and evil made amends,” whereas “Roastbeef Sammich” is so nutty and childlike it sounds something from the Muppets. “She Blew a Kiss” exists in the suave vein of Jens Lekman, “Who Are You Dreaming Of?” recalls the Byrds’ freakier country stuff, and “Lewd Nudle” proves another chiming feat of reverby jangle and drowsy harmonies. (Doug Wallen/PhillyWeekly)

\"Lemons Are Louder Than Rocks give fans an alternative to the regular outlet of pop by mounting it from a different perspective, while keeping it melodic sounding through its experimental phases. They are a band that makes a difference in the pop world with their first full-length album filled with indie-pop charisma and flighty rhythms.\" (AbsolutePunk.net)


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