Revolution I Love You: Noise Pop Deathray

Revolution I Love You SKU: 23900219
Revolution, I Love You: Noise Pop Deathray

Revolution I Love You: Noise Pop Deathray

Revolution I Love You SKU: 23900219

Format: CD

Regular price $7.98

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Title: Noise Pop Deathray
Artist: Revolution I Love You
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 884501042154
Genre: Rock

'On noise. Pop. Deathray., vocalist/guitarist Rob Lindgren belts out words in an oddly sultry manner...supported by trippy electric beats, fuzzy reverb, and cabaret-style indie-pop. It's a delightful hodgepodge that this Delaware-based duo should be proud of.' - Annamarya Scaccia, Editor of ORIGIVATION MAGAZINE 'It's the most unusual music I've heard in ages. I didn't realize how bored I'd become with my iPod until I listened to [Revolution, I Love You]'s myspace.' - Joan Davis, WILMINGTON INDIE MUSIC EXAMINER 'The laptop is in some ways Revolution, I Love You's defining element, providing the fat-bottomed beats and buzzing bass that turns Reynolds and Lindgren's eerie Brit-pop into something fiercely fun. Stripped of the ornamentation, the songs might come across as gloomy, if not downright creepy, with Lindgren moaning and crooning in half-time over droning keys and dark guitar lines soggy with reverb. But those chirpy, choppy beats wring out the melodrama and replace it with a winking dare to dance.' - Jeff Royer, Editor in Chief of FLY MAGAZINE 'Revolution, I Love You's overall affect might just restore your faith in rock & roll.' - Dan MacIntosh, AUDIOXPOSURE.COM.

1.1 Can I Get the Door for You?
1.2 My Baby's Gonna Save the World, What's Your Baby Gonna Do?
1.3 Open Letter to the President of the United States of America
1.4 And She Said It with a Straight Face
1.5 Lullaby
1.6 Prettiest Feather, or the Straightest Quill?
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