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Stir the Blood (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Stir the Blood (Bonus Track Version) by Bravery, The. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 47:19 minutes.

Artist: Bravery, The
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 47:19
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No. Title Length
1. Adored 3:41
2. Song for Jacob 3:23
3. Slow Poison 3:32
4. Hatef--k 2:55
5. I Am Your Skin 3:01
6. She's So Bendable 2:21
7. The Spectator 3:49
8. I Have Seen the Future 3:15
9. Red Hands and White Knuckles 3:20
10. Jack-O'-Lantern Man 2:50
11. Sugar Pill 3:27
12. Slow Poison (Lego My Echo Remix) [Bonus Track] 3:47
13. Slow Poison (Roy G and the Biv Remix) [Bonus Track] 4:25
14. Slow Poison (Bonus Track) 3:33



The Bravery’s third studio album continues to mine gold from the veins of darkwave or electro-glam or postpunk disco or whatever they’re calling it now. Singer Sam Endicott may croon like a young Robert Smith (especially on the nouveau goth-pop hit “I Am Your Skin”), but instead of song titles like “The Lovecats,” “Friday I’m In Love,” or “Lovesong,” this album abounds with tunes named “Hatef*ck,” “Slow Poison” and the semi misogynous “She’s So Bendable.” Endicott stated in an interview that there are dark undertones to Stir the Blood because he was dealing with a lot of anger when writing these songs. But the music nicely contrasts the brooding with upbeat rhythms and contagiously uplifting pop hooks that make for a mostly danceable affair. Every part of the pulsing “Slow Poison” contains something undeniably infectious — it’s one of those songs with a beat and melody that are impossible to shy away from. The Bonus Track Version contains three worthy remixes of “Slow Poison.”