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Welcome to Condale

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Download links and information about Welcome to Condale by Summer Camp. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:00:20 minutes.

Artist: Summer Camp
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:00:20
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Better Off Without You 3:07
2. Brian Krakow 3:09
3. I Want You 4:16
4. Losing My Mind 2:57
5. Summer Camp 3:01
6. Nobody Knows You 3:26
7. Down 2:31
8. Welcome to Condale 3:00
9. Done Forever 4:02
10. Last American Virgin 2:59
11. Ghost Train 3:03
12. 1988 3:17
13. Rebecca (Bonus Track) 3:01
14. Remember (Bonus Track) 3:36
15. Stay Young (Bonus Track) 2:49
16. Larry Sley (Bonus Track) 2:50
17. Brother (Bonus Track) 3:00
18. Welcome to Condale 3:00
19. Better Off Without You 3:16

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British chillwave duo Summer Camp has a serious crush on the day-glo sounds of the ‘80s, displaying a shrewd ability to distill vintage techno-pop’s giddy synthetic bounce into something sly and irresistible. Under the production guidance of Pulp’s Steve Mackey, band members Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey tap into the teen-angst themes of ‘80s John Hughes films, channeling them into clattering grooves, fuzzy synthesizer lines, and reverb-bathed vocals. Sankey’s vocals are sweet with a hint of brass, able to capture the mix of desire and spite coursing through “Better Off Without You,” “Last American Virgin,” “Done Forever,” and similar tunes. Warmsley is a good romantic foil on the Human League–like duet “Losing My Mind” and sings lead on the teasing, Prince-ish “Brian Krakow.” As the closing track, “1988,” makes clear, Summer Camp loves to romp through the electronic dreamscapes of the Reagan/Thatcher era, delighted by its absurdities and mesmerized by its beats.