Download links and information about Vampire Weekend by Vampire Weekend. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 34:11 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative|
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|4.||Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa||3:34|
|8.||One (Blake's Got A New Face)||3:13|
|9.||I Stand Corrected||2:39|
|11.||The Kids Don't Stand A Chance||4:03|
Ok, this might be a new one. Take one part chamber pop (violins, harpsichord, polyphonic arrangements), a dash of ‘80s new-wave/reggae beats (The Police, Talking Heads, English Beat), and the twinkle and pop of African hi-life guitars and drumming. the result is a band who is gleefully making distinctive-sounding pop music with clever lyrics, the pulse of which happens to come from a few global sources near and dear to the musicians’ hearts. Why not take Afro-pop and reggae and blend it with white boy dance pop? David Bryne doesn’t own the patent! “Mansard Roof,” “Oxford Comma,” “Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa,” and “A-Punk” are standouts, bubbly and playful and irresistibly twitchy. Others, such as “I Stand Corrected” and “Campus,” are a bit more restrained, and feel more mature and original. Vampire Weekend built up a buzz on the internet before releasing this debut collection, and now must live up to the scrutiny that inevitably follows the build-up.