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9 thoughts on “ Angela Surf City - The Walkmen - Lisbon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jan 10,  · “Angela Surf City” from Lisbon () “Angela” starts off with a punch-you-in-throat, how-you-like-me-now drumbeat from Matt Barrick. on the opening track of their third LP. The Bayou.
  2. Description. A1. Juveniles A2. Angela Surf City A3. Follow The Leader A4. Blue As Your Blood A5. Stranded A6. Victory B1. All My Great Designs B2. Woe Is Me.
  3. Vinyl LP (GLS) In stock and ready to ship. Add to cart (£) Add to wishlist; Save for later; The Walkmen Lisbon (Deluxe Edition) Sold out. The Walkmen Angela Surf City. Sold out. The Walkmen Lisbon. Sold out. The Walkmen In The New Year. Sold out.
  4. The Walkmen is an American indie rock band, with members based in New York City and plasabadjelboramulthirehyreha.coinfo band formed in with three members from Jonathan Fire*Eater—Paul Maroon (guitar, piano), Walter Martin (organ/bass), and Matt Barrick (drums)—and two from The Recoys, Peter Bauer (bass/organ) and Hamilton Leithauser (vocals, guitar). Bauer attended Maret School in .
  5. There’s not much rocking out on this record, although when the band does put the foot to the gas, it’s ***ing vibrant – check out the surf-rock thunder of “Angela Surf City,” where drummer Matt Barrick’s hard-hitting style shows the Walkmen aren’t all that old quite yet.
  6. The sixth studio album from acclaimed indie rockers The Walkmen finds them relocated to a new home, at the Bella Union label. Considering the band's layout as a unit doesn't diverge terribly far from the indie norm, they've done a fine job of sounding curiously unlike their peers. The opening pairing of 'Juveniles' and ace single 'Angela Surf City' finds the band striking plenty of distance.
  7. Sep 30,  · The sixth studio album from acclaimed indie rockers The Walkmen finds them relocated to a new home, at the Bella Union plasabadjelboramulthirehyreha.coinfoering the band's layout as a The opening pairing of 'Juveniles' and ace single 'Angela Surf City' finds the band striking plenty of distance between their lonesome, quasi surf-rock guitars and muscular, bounding rhythm section, which sets out an unusual .
  8. Angela holds a grudge over nothing Angela, what's the difference? Today's a day like any other Still the flags snap in the wind Still your name rang true You took the high road I couldn't find you up there You kept your jaw wired close I never noticed before I used to.

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