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Strange Desire

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Download links and information about Strange Desire by Bleachers. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:17:50 minutes.

Artist: Bleachers
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:17:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Wild Heart 3:20
2. Rollercoaster 3:08
3. Shadow 3:51
4. I Wanna Get Better 3:24
5. Wake Me 2:43
6. Reckless Love 3:01
7. Take Me Away (featuring Grimes) 2:30
8. Like a River Runs 3:33
9. You're Still a Mystery 4:24
10. I'm Ready to Move On / Wild Heart Reprise (featuring Yoko Ono) 4:11
11. Who I Want You to Love 4:50
12. Wild Heart 3:20
13. Rollercoaster 3:08
14. Shadow 3:51
15. I Wanna Get Better 3:24
16. Wake Me 2:43
17. Reckless Love 3:01
18. Take Me Away (featuring Grimes) 2:30
19. Like a River Runs 3:33
20. You're Still a Mystery 4:24
21. I'm Ready to Move On / Wild Heart Reprise (featuring Yoko Ono) 4:11
22. Who I Want You to Love 4:50

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While he came to prominence as the guitarist for fun., Jack Antonoff formerly fronted the pop-punk upstarts Steel Train and has written songs for the likes of Taylor Swift and Sara Bareilles. He's a pro, in other words, and his craftsmanship shines through on the debut of his new project, Bleachers. Packing more '80s punch than a pair of legwarmers and a can of Tab, Strange Desire looks to acts like Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, and Duran Duran for inspiration. "Wake Me" has some "Voices Carry" ethereal slow-jam magic to it, and "Rollercoaster" sounds like Blink-182 covering "Dancing in the Dark." Even Yoko Ono shows up to add some angular '80s experimentalism. Yet the smash single "I Want to Get Better" is distinctly of-the-moment, a mash of looped pianos and choral chanting that makes for one of the summer's most unlikely jams.