Download links and information about Burst by The Pass. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 46:24 minutes.
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|1.||Treatment of the Sun||4:01|
|3.||Large Hadron Collider||0:33|
|4.||Out of Hand||4:30|
|8.||How to Live||4:37|
|10.||Trap of Mirrors||4:06|
Louisville’s the Pass cartwheeled into the limelight in 2010 with blogger accolades galore, serving up dance-driven electro pop that glitters with energy. First single “Vulture” is not too far from what Phoenix brought to the party a few years ago: crisp production, buoyant beats, party-favor fun, and vocals that would make Duran Duran proud. “Treatment of the Sun” opens up Burst, with a solid dance floor backbeat and airborne chorus giving the tune a soulful, ABBA-esque beauty. Elsewhere, it’s all bouncy bass lines and synths that bleat, pulse and gurgle in a wide variety of vintage-worn styles (‘70s oscillations, arcade-game fever, ‘80s new wave). The record is textured with strong ballads (“Walk Away” awaits fame as a high school slow dance favorite) and a handful of upbeat songs — like “Vinyl” and “Rochelle” — that borrow some of the slightly darker tones and depth of the first track. The closing slow-burner, “Fate,” is swathed in a cocoon of melancholy, a great way to wind the collection down.