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Dead Ending - The Hundred In The Hands - The Hundred In The Hands (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 15,  · The Hundred in the Hands fits easily into both of these categories. The Brooklyn duo is made up of Jason Friedman & Eleanor Everdell, who were formerly in a band called the Boggs and had done some work with TV on the Radio (“Dear Science”).
  2. The Hundred in the Hands is the eponymous debut studio album by American electronic music duo The Hundred in the Hands, released on September 11, by album received generally favorable reviews, with a Metacritic score of 74 out of , based on 13 reviews. In January , the album earned the duo a nomination in the Pop/Rock category at The 10th Annual Independent Music Genre: Synthpop, indietronica, indie rock, indie .
  3. Album The Hundred in the Hands. Commotion Lyrics. Fade away Blotto daylight Latency Holding on Got potential Wait and see Dead Ending 8. Gold Blood 9. Dressed in Dresden.
  4. " I could not have wished for a better musical album as hands has turned out to be. I’m always dreaming of creating great and lasting music that has its own dynamical power, that will last forever. This album is one of my best ever experiences." Jon Anderson. Back to content.
  5. Self-titled Warp debut for Brooklyn duo The Hundred In The Hands, finally landing after a series of well received singles in previous months. It gently reveals itself a stylish record play after play; draped in new-wave gloss, post-punk edges a shoegaze romance, and funky, taut bedroom-disco.
  6. I spit a fierce confusion Amok, I kick sick with the flies The demons are all in collusion The young boys all fires and lies I'm caught in the quip and commotion My body a senseless device Stirred by a faithless devotion My heart beats the footsteps of mice I snap back.
  7. Sep 23,  · referencing The Hundred In The Hands, CD, Album, Gat, WARPCD Indie dance has hit it stride in the past few years, and The Hundred in the Hands' self-titled debut underscores this. Starting off with a Moroder-like synth and 80s-cool vocals on "Young Aren't Young," to the more rock-oriented "Lovesick (Once Again)," they manage to have their 4/5(74).

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