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The Orchard

15 May 2011 | Format: MP3

6.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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Having had the chance to see Ra Ra Riot on two occasions I was pleasantly surprised to see that their set was not built entirely around The Rhumb Line - an album I felt was one of the highlights of last year.

The follow up is not as immediately catching as The Rhumb Line but it is still well worth a listen as their musical talents are (again) fully demonstrated on this album.

There are no stand out tracks this time but possibly, the overall album is more pleasing on the ear - if you liked the first one I am sure you will not be disappointed!
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A very strange album in that i was indifferent at best to all but one song - which is possibly my favourite of the last few months or more - with that track being 'You and i know'.

It's the only song on which one of the female members of the band sings and it has a haunting sound which builds wonderfully. All the other tracks (with the male singer) sound mostly like 'Delays', so if you're a fan of them then you'll probably like it. If not, still listen to it just for 'you and i know'. If you're Ra Ra Riot, then get rid of matey and base your sound on the aforementioned track, please.
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