Vertigo | The Coming And The Going

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The Coming And The Going

by Vertigo

Sexy and dark, Vertigo's second album The Coming And The Going displays a sonic landscape as deep as it is wide, garnering comparisons to contemporaries such as paramore and flyleaf.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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2. Silent Alarm
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3. Wraith
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4. Please (don\'t)
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5. Ethelle
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6. Changes
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7. Techne
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8. The Leech
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9. Lily-white
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10. Knickknack
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11. The Anchors In My Shoes
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12. Vehicles
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13. The Coming And The Going
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14. Tension
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Displaying a sound both unique and dynamic, Vertigo's sophomore release of The Coming And The Going solidified them as a formidable force in the realm of creative yet experimental songwriting. The album flows from one song to the next effortlessly and there is a nary a dull moment or lull in the disc. Lindsey Stamey's vocals never fail to impress and the rest of the band keeps right up there with her, framing her powerful vocals with a tight yet expansive sound.


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