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Seeds - TV On The Radio - Seeds (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Vinyl LP pressing. release, the fourth album from the Alt-Rock outfit. Nine Types Of Light is a lush and beautiful album that stands apart from the group's previous work. If their other albums had shades of dystopia and distress, this album, sung by Tunde Adebimpe and Kyp Malone, is filled with songs about longing and love/5(64).

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  2. TV on the Radio continue their trajectory from Brooklyn noisemakers to arena headliners on their fine fifth album, Seeds. “Quartz” is a wide-open choral love song with some of Tunde Adebimpe’s most heartfelt vocals. The Beach Boys-inspired “Careful You” sails on slow-rolling waves of synthesizer.

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  3. Thanks to their sloppy, dirty take on R&B and the Brit Invasion, the Seeds unknowingly embodied the punk rock aesthetic back in The band barely holds things together with their caveman rhythms and ever-persistent sneer. Sky Saxon and the group were never about chops; they were about a primal, repetitive, anyone-can-do-it style best.

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  4. Seeds (2LPs) by TV On The Radio - Vinyl LP () for $ from askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.co Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $

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  5. Seeds is the fifth studio album by American art rock band TV on the Radio, released on November 18, through Harvest Records. It is the band's first album since the death of their bassist, Gerard Smith. The album's first single, "Happy Idiot", was released on September 2,

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  6. Sep 10,  · THE SEEDS -The Seeds () SIDE A Can't Seem To Make You Mine No Escape Lose Your Mind Evil Hoodoo Girl I Want You Pushi.

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  7. Buy Seeds [ Gram Pink and Green / Blue and Yellow Vinyl] (LP) by TV On The Radio (LP). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.

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  8. TV on the Radio: Seeds (Virgin / EMI) CD / DL / LP. Out Now. 9/ Brooklyn based art-punk band TV on the Radio have been going for over a decade now earning themselves many famous fans along the way such as David Bowie. Their 5th studio album came out a few days ago and it continues to enhance their reputation, as Lewis Gilmore’s review.

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  9. TV on the Radio return following the death of a core member. For a band as finely tuned as TV on the Radio, losing a core member is a shock. Bassist Gerard Smith was integral to the musical precision of a band that clicks like a syncopated machine. Seeds is the first album the surviving members have created since Smith succumbed to cancer in.

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