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Love at Absolute Zero / Death in Suburbia


Download links and information about Love at Absolute Zero / Death in Suburbia by My Favorite. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:00:58 minutes.

Artist: My Favorite
Release date: 1999
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:00:58
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No. Title Length
1. Absolute Beginners Again (Preppy Murder) 2:30
2. Go Kid Go 3:19
3. Absolute Zero 3:46
4. 17 Berlin 4:10
5. Modulate 2:34
6. Truth About Lake Ronkonkoma 3:51
7. Let's Stay Alive 3:16
8. Partycrashers 3:36
9. Between Cafes / Plastic Souls 4:36
10. Informers 2:53
11. Informers Pt. 2 1:16
12. Detectives of Suburbia 1:45
13. Working Class Jacket 3:24
14. You Belong With Us 5:43
15. Kimberly, Shock the World 4:41
16. Cult Hero, Come Home 4:09
17. Coffee Shop of Dreams 5:29



My Favorite's superb debut translates palpable pre-millennial tension into neon-lit synthesizer drama — recalling the heyday of the new wave with none of the irony which sinks like-minded retro-futurists from Romania to the Rentals, Love at Absolute Zero is the soundtrack to a youth rebellion that never was, vividly conjuring a teen underworld as romantic as it is claustrophobic. The album is wonderfully sleek and cinematic — songs like "Absolute Beginners Again" and the remarkable "17 Berlin" unspool like music videos — and although My Favorite bring to mind the chrome-plated aesthetics of the synth pop era with uncanny accuracy, their songs capture a passion and immediacy which the remote robotics of their antecedents lacked. It's quite simply the best album of 1983, delivered 16 years after the fact.