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Next Exit - Interpol - Antics (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Reply to “ Next Exit - Interpol - Antics (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Shaktilrajas says:
    Antics is the second studio album by American post-punk revival band Interpol, released in September The album went on to sell , copies in the U.S. and over , in the UK.
  2. Musida says:
    No less brooding and intense, but charged with flashes of color and romance, 's Antics travels from the gorgeous major chords of the opener, “Next Exit” through a new assortment of characters named Rosemary, Rod Laver and Red Temptress, “Slow Hands” cavorting in seamy alleys and sweat-stained beds.
  3. Vuk says:
    Interpol. Antics - White Vinyl. Share: White Vinyl LP £; Add to cart. £ GBP was. Includes free slip mat while stocks last. Release Date: 27th September The classic sophomore LP, available in a limited white vinyl pressing and available for the first time ever as a coloured LP. Next Exit Evil Narc Take You On A Cruise Slow.
  4. Zulkis says:
    Next Exit This song is by Interpol and appears on the album Antics (). We ain't going to the town We're going to the city Gonna trek this shit around And make this place a heart to be.
  5. Vishura says:
    Interpol’s classic sophomore album available for the first time ever on coloured vinyl. After two years of seemingly endless tours, the quartet returned in early to Peter Katis’s Tarquin Studios in Bridgeport, Conn., to record their second album. They had already debuted a handful of songs earmarked for ‘Antics’ on the road.
  6. Dukree says:
    Antics, an Album by Interpol. Released 28 September on Matador (catalog no. OLE ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk Revival, Indie Rock. Featured peformers: Carlos D. (bass, aka_text keyboard role_id aka_text), Daniel Kessler (guitar), Paul Banks (vocals, guitar), Sam Fogarino (drums, percussion), Peter Katis (recording engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Greg Giorgio.
  7. Mezragore says:
    Antics, an Album by Interpol. Released in April on Ultrapop (catalog no. ANGLO ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk Revival, Indie Rock.
  8. Arabar says:
    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review On their debut, Turn On The Bright Lights, Interpol proved that their uncanny resemblance to the heavy-hearted post-punk guitar groups of the early Eighties was both a blessing and a curse. On its follow-up, the New York quartet moves forward. Continuous touring has clearly improved each member's chops: Antics is a far more refined.

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