Money Thinks I'm Dead | Bright Lights

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Bright Lights

by Money Thinks I'm Dead

A sound that engages the subconscious and cannot be ignored.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. Bright Lights
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2. Get Going
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3. W W II
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4. It's Alright
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5. Cat On a Fence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'MTID' is from Denver, Colorado and has spent most of their young lives playing and writing music together. The members of 'MTID' are proud to say that from start to finish of this project they accomplished writing, composing, recording, mixing, and mastering all on their own. Anyone who lends an ear to these songs will not be wasting a second. It holds its own in the world of indie musicians and bands. Give it a chance and you'll understand why.


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Fredhead

Well crafted
These songs have great structure thoughtful instrumentation. The vocals sound unique, yet familiar. The rhythms and melodies are creative. A great band. I would encourage any and everyone to take a listen.

MontyCole

Nice sounds
Nice vocal sounds here, couched in a familiar setting. Reminiscent in tonal character to Beach Boys Holland experimental album. Death Cab For Cutie vocal sound, nice work. Probably could use a hit of some kind...