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Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance

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Download links and information about Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance by Belle & Sebastian. This album was released in 2015 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:01:16 minutes.

Artist: Belle & Sebastian
Release date: 2015
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:01:16
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Nobody's Empire 5:08
2. Allie 3:16
3. The Party Line 4:14
4. The Power Of Three 3:57
5. The Cat With The Cream 5:17
6. Enter Sylvia Plath 6:48
7. The Everlasting Muse 5:25
8. Perfect Couples 5:29
9. Ever Had A Little Faith? 4:21
10. Play For Today 7:33
11. The Book Of You 4:23
12. Today (This Army's For Peace) 5:25

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Eager to explore new ideas, band leader Stuart Murdoch channeled his passion for The Pet Shop Boys and Bronski Beat on Belle and Sebastian’s ninth album. Electro-disco occupies about half of Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, from the bottom-heavy synth-pop of "The Party Line" to the Hi-NRG bounce of "Enter Sylvia Plath" (surely the first disco ode to the doomed poet). The other half? Cuts like the baroque-pop pearl "The Cat with the Cream" and the unassuming, acoustic strum-and-brush "Ever Had a Little Faith?" are solidly in the old-school B&S mode, and they blend surprisingly well with the more electronic excursions.