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Movies - Comet Gain - Réalistes (CD)

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  1. Réalistes is the fourth album by British indie pop band Comet Gain. Track listing. No. Title Writer(s) Length; 1. "The Kids at the Club" "Movies" "Labour"
  2. about. Led by guitarist and vocalist David Feck (aka David Bower and David Christian), Comet Gain are a British indie pop band whose music is a freewheeling, literate fusion of folk-rock, twee pop, garage rock, R&B, punk, and any number of points in between.
  3. Buy Comet Gain on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Comet Gain Movies () Labour () Don't Fall In Love If You Want To Die In Peace () Realistes () e-mail me when available. out of stock $ COMET GAIN. Howl Of The Lonely Crowd (CD).
  4. Aug 15,  · Comet Gain; Realistes. Comet Gain have narrowed focus from their previous release, Tigertown Pictures, and settled in on raw, hard-edged guitars, simple rhythmic arrangements, and heavily.
  5. Jan 22,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Comet Gain - Réalistes at Discogs. Complete your Comet Gain collection/5(41).
  6. Réalistes Comet Gain. Released Réalistes Tracklist. 1. The Kids at the Club Lyrics. 2. Why I Try to Look So Bad Lyrics. 3. I Close My Movies Lyrics. Labour.
  7. This is Comet Gain's seventh album, all told: it is fantastic, and you should buy it. Download everything else you want off mediafire, I don't care, but BUY this. No-one else makes music like this. No-one. In a perfect world this record would be number one for a year. Except that, in a perfect world this record possibly couldn't exist.5/5(1).
  8. So Comet Gain is still alive longer than we should -still trying to be a collective and an idea emerging every now and then with the same grumpy erratic sounds - this one's louder than the last one but sometimes maybe quieter. And it's filled with love and rage. And it's about 40 minutes long which is always a good thing.
  9. So Comet Gain is still alive longer than we should --still trying to be a collective and an idea emerging every now and then with the same grumpy erratic sounds -- this one's louder than the last one but sometimes maybe quieter. And it's filled with love and rage. And it's about 40 minutes long which is always a good thing.

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