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Sometimes - The Drones (2) - Feelin Kinda Free (CD, Album)

8 Thoughts to “ Sometimes - The Drones (2) - Feelin Kinda Free (CD, Album) ”

  1. Brazahn
    Feelin Kinda Free is the sixth studio album by Australian band The Drones, released in March The album peaked at number 12 on the Australian album charts. The album is noted for being more experimental and darker than its predecessors. At a little over 40 minutes, it is also their shortest album .
  2. JoJonris
    Mar 11,  · With its formidable social-critique based verbosity, contiued dirge-affinity and controlled chaos song-structures, Feelin’ Kinda Free’s danceability sits in a dubious place. But The Drones are still firing on all cylinders just the same, and we’d do well to absorb their barrage come March UPDATE (3/19): The stream is no longer available.
  3. Fenrishakar
    Apr 03,  · The Drones — Feelin’ kinda free. Scroll down to see more content. And you recognise it as the Drone’s album cover. So lets get back to the band, Sometimes it gives you a little breathing until it pulls you back again into the painfulness and the fountain of emotions.
  4. Fegul
    Feelin Kinda Free is like Rubber Soul (almost there) and Tropical Fuck Storm's A Laughing Death in Meatspace is Revolver (there). The music was there with Feelin Kinda Free and .
  5. Megal
    Mar 18,  · Sometimes The Drones. Album Feelin Kinda Free. Sometimes Lyrics. The yellow cab drivers The trams on their wires The heels on the pavement Collecting outside The all seeing window.
  6. Arashijind
    The Drones: Feelin Kinda Free (Tropical F*ck Storm Music) CD/DL. 9/ The Drones’s seventh album is a masterclass in genre-defying rock. No prisoners are taken. Louder Than War’s Joe Whyte reviews. This is not, some of you might be disappointed to hear, the Manchester punk rock Drones of Author: Joe Whyte.
  7. Mohn
    Jun 29,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pink Vinyl release of Feelin Kinda Free on Discogs/5(34).
  8. Nikorg
    Feelin Kinda Free doubles down on the darker aspects of 's critically acclaimed I See Seaweed, but where the former more or less adhered to the bluesy, alt-rock malevolence of album's past, the latter eschews traditional pop architecture in favor of something far more feral and unpredictable.7/

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