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Maxïmo Park - Too Much Information (Cassette, Album)

8 Replies to “ Maxïmo Park - Too Much Information (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Daitaur says:
    For those not paying attention, well, there’s actually been little to pay attention to in regards to Maxïmo Park for the last few years. Their debut album, A Certain Trigger, was nominated for the Mercury Prize and they were at that time a very exciting guitar orhedmacocapartarebrattcoldthrifteg.xyzinfo of their original tracks, and a few from Our Earthly Pleasures,remain really good listening while live the band have.
  2. Faet says:
    Too Much Information is the fifth studio album by English indie rock band Maxïmo Park. It was released on 3 February through Daylighting in the UK and Vertigo elsewhere in Europe. The track "Brain Cells" was released to radio stations as a promotional single in late , followed by physical releases of singles "Leave This Island" and.
  3. Dar says:
    Too Much Information is teeming with that classic Maximo Park sound, often described as a ‘Smiths-esq’ and ‘angular’, yet the music is now subtly more precise, lyrics are more meaningful which creates repercussions of a moodier, deeper sound. Although having debatably surpassed their best days – or more popular days, at least, this.
  4. Faebar says:
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  5. Salabar says:
    Jan 31,  · UK alt rock vets Maximo Park were originally noted for being another successful, angular guitar act. A few albums later, they’ve flipped the script: Too Much Information, their newest, eases up.
  6. Kigagrel says:
    ’The National Health' is the second track from Maximo Park’s new live in studio album and DVD ‘As Long As We Keep Moving’, released on Feb 22, !
  7. Vudole says:
    Jan 31,  · Maxïmo Park new album for , Too Much Information, makes you want to punch the air I KNOW a woman called Marsha. A woman who gave me my first break in radio.
  8. Mejar says:
    "I wanted to try something different this time," Paul Smith sings at one point on Too Much Information, and in fact, Maxïmo Park try a few new things on their fifth album. This set of songs began as an experimental EP with Field Music's David and Peter Brewis, and the band sound as playful and relaxed as they were forceful and serious on their previous album The National Health.7/

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