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In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery (Deluxe Edition)
 
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In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery (Deluxe Edition)

12 May 2014 | Format: MP3

£7.19 (VAT included if applicable)
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Fantastic Music. This deluxe edition contains some remixes, not all of them as good as the originals, but still recomendable. Just waiting for the second step, as the expectations are very high after such a great beginning. Safe and sound is one of the best Electronic/Pop songs from the past 5 years.
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If you like MGMT or The Feeling, youll like this cd probably the best known track is Kanageroo Court, which is used on a certain advert, followed by the single Safe And Sound, my one quibble with this album is it is a bit samey.
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I know comparisons are odious but they remind me of THE MARY ONETTES in a couple of songs. Some people say Daft Punk but no so much to me. Brilliant pop / dance pop. One of the best albums I have listened to this year. A must have.
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I recently saw Capital Cities in concert (more on that later). I bought this album when it just came out in June as it was on one of the CD listening stations at my local independent record store here in Cincinnati. I had never heard of them, but a quick sample of the songs was enough to convince me I just had to have this. It hasn't left my CD player at home much since then.

"In A Tidal Wave of Mystery" (12 tracks; 43 min.) starts off with the now all-too familiar "Safe and Sound" single, which of course is a great tune. I must say I was quite surprised when that tune broke massively on mainstream commercial radio and made it into a Billboard top 10 hit. (So much the better for the band.) But this album is so much more that the radio single. "Kangaroo Court" seems like another radio-ready tune. "I Sold My Bed, But Not My Stereo" is as much fun for the lyrics as it is for the tune. "Center Stage" is one of the songs that so vividly recalls the 1980s. The good tracks keep coming one after another. "Tell Me How To Live" is another massive sing-along. The album falters a bit at the very end (I could've done without the closer "Love Away").

In October I saw Capital Cities in concert for the first time at the Corona Capital music festival in Mexico City (the Mexican equivalent of Coachella). The band played a mid-afternoon set in the blazing sunshine, but it didn't stop them from bringing the beat, and the heat, and the fun. The massive crowd ate it up and it became one ginormous dance party. The guys played mostly from this album, and live it sounded better and more massive than on the album. Interestingly the band included 3 choice covers in their set: the Bee Gees' "Staying Alive", and Madonna's "Holiday", which are rather obvious choices.
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Found the band on youtube and when I discovered more of their music I decided to buy the album - I did NOT regret at all. I really love the cover and all the music!!!
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