Wherever You Go - As Is (4) - Heavy Big Pop (CD, Album)


2012
Label: Blue House Records (2) - BHBC08 • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Power Pop, New Wave
Wherever You Go - As Is (4) - Heavy Big Pop (CD, Album)

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 · The latest offering from Hurts, the English synth-pop duo, is their fourth studio album and opens on an anthemic note with the standout single “Beautiful Ones”, an uplifting tune that instantly conveys a positive note that stays throughout this catchy, sunny, contemporary album. As you would expect from Hurts the songs feature pulsating, pounding rhythms, with glossy beats and deceptively /5().

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 · Standouts include the album-opening hard rocker "Can't Stop the Flood," the melodic (almost King's X-ish) "Wherever You Go," the slow-burning blues rocker "Seafull," and a great set-closing Purple trio, "Mistreated," "Gettin' Tighter," and "You Keep On Moving." As if that weren't enough reason to buy, there are also a pair of bonus studio /10(42).

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  1. The latest offering from Hurts, the English synth-pop duo, is their fourth studio album and opens on an anthemic note with the standout single “Beautiful Ones”, an uplifting tune that instantly conveys a positive note that stays throughout this catchy, sunny, contemporary album. As you would expect from Hurts the songs feature pulsating, pounding rhythms, with glossy beats and deceptively soft, emotional, yet /5().

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