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The Yellow Album

by The Slants

Modern indie rock twist to 80's synth-pop a la Depeche Mode meets The Killers: "Chinatown Dance Rock."
Genre: Electronic: Electroclash
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1. Introduction
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2. Con Kids
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3. Love Letters from Andromeda
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4. Adopted
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5. Misery
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6. Unconventional Ways
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7. Let the Right One In
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8. Just One Kiss
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9. Rescue Me from My Own Heart
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10. Been Through Hell
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11. Sew Hearts
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12. Sour Love
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13. Yellow
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Album Notes
"Take any 80’s movie like The Legend of Billie Jean or The Karate Kid, where rag-tag, underdog teens triumph against evil in the last ten minutes of the flick, amidst the backdrop of an epic power rock ballad – “Con Kids” is that song. But way, WAY bigger and better...So if you’re seeking an anthemic, balls-to-the-wall dance jam with plenty of punk swagger to carry you through the increasingly dark autumnal nights, The Yellow Album has got your back." (Review from My Old Kentucky Blog)

"What do you get if you mix 5 talented Asian-American artists with some 80’s throwback disco beats and a license to rock? You get one hell of a band which has become a massive success since it’s origins in Oregon...If you really want a few musical influences, think of ‘The Killers’ to start, mixed with a bit of ‘Depeche Mode’ for dinner and some ‘Talking Heads’ for dessert…But even that doesn’t do this band justice. Describing The Slants is like trying to describe each single candy in a bag of pick ‘n’ mix; it’s pointless because they’re so damn good you know you’ll be eating 10 at a time anyway." (Review from Music Review Unsigned)


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