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9 thoughts on “ Something Ventured - The Bats (2) - How Pop Can You Get (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Although some of the tracks aren't up to the Bats' later standards -- the lo-fi recording, especially on the tracks from By Night, doesn't do the songs any favors - Compiletely Bats stands up well as a full-fledged Bats album. Very hard to find but well worth holding on to.5/5(1).
  2. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = 4/5(1).
  3. Second album, The Law Of Things showcases The Bats doing what they do best, undeniable jangle indie pop. Recorded in (released in ) back on home soil after stints of touring and recording in Europe and The US. New double vinyl reissue from Captured Tracks/Flying Nun also includes the EP Four Songs as well as never heard before studio outtakes from The Law Of Things sessions.
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  5. Umoja by Skinshape, released 19 June 1. Sua Alma ft. D'Alma 2. In The End 3. Afande feat. Idd Aziz 4. Kourou feat. Modou Touré 5. Azon De Ma 6. Amigos e Inimigos feat. D'Alma 7. Sun 8. Sudan feat. Idd Aziz 9. Dourle feat. Modou Touré Lehin Ti Aye Ba Iku.
  6. Some 25 years ago in Connecticut, a band dubbed The Bats committed to tape a fairly convincing power-pop-ish album How Pop Can You Get? on the small and assumedly local label, Gustav Records. Though hardly a landmark for the genre or otherwise, The Bats romantic sentiments and period keyboard accoutrements were if anything competent, and for.
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  8. Nov 23,  · Some 25 years ago in Connecticut, a band dubbed The Bats committed to tape a fairly convincing power-pop-ish album How Pop Can You Get? on the small and assumedly local label, Gustav Records. Though hardly a landmark for the genre or otherwise, The Bats romantic sentiments and period keyboard accoutrements were if anything competent, and for that matter, sometimes downright hook .

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