Pressplay | The Switch Room

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The Switch Room

by Pressplay

70's cop-show psychedelic rockers duel with cine-thematic drama, heralding the voice of forgotten film and the confessions of a brooding dark angel.
Genre: Pop: Psychedelic Pop
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1. Criminal Mind
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4:46 $1.25
2. Time to Pretend
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4:21 $1.25
3. Deadend Goodbyes
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5:35 $1.25
4. Lonely Dissolve
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4:39 $1.25
5. Pursuit [Part 1]
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7:04 $1.25
6. Moving in Shadow
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5:13 $1.25
7. Riding the Dark
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5:42 $1.25
8. Dr. Rip Hop
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3:06 $1.25
9. As the River Flows
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10:34 $1.25
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Pressplay will bundle you into the back of their Plymouth, gaffa tape your mouth and expect you to talk. They will kiss you and then blow smoke in your face. They will meet you in a diner and give you something under the table which you might not want.
Pressplay is band that cannot be categorised easily or indeed defined within one genre, they possess a distinctive style that's sonically unique. These 70's cop-show psychedelic rockers duel with cine-thematic drama, heralding the voice of forgotten film and the confessions of a brooding dark angel. If you haven't felt their delivery of cloak-and-dagger atmospheres resonant and rip through your soul, or experienced their kinetic explosive thrill, then........... DO.


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