Download links and information about Two Dancers by Wild Beasts. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:26 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|1.||The Fun Powder Plot||5:35|
|2.||Hooting & Howling||4:35|
|3.||All the King's Men||3:59|
|4.||When I'm Sleepy||2:09|
|5.||We Still Got the Taste Dancin' On Our Tongues||4:35|
|7.||Two Dancers II||2:37|
|8.||This Is Our Lot||4:32|
The album begins with an ‘80s new wave-disco strut, the synths warming the streets for singer Hayden Thorpe, who, once unleashed, sings in a falsetto that swoops to a baritone and says the naughtiest things that come to mind. There’s a touch of German cabaret amongst the robotic rhythms and tight synthetic squeezes. Thorpe is — surprise, surprise — a drag queen. Two Dancers, the follow-up to the abrasive and challenging debut album, Limbo, Panto, tries to make its peace with the past, finding softer textures to bind these engrossing visions and dreams. Think a more muscular and defined version of Antony & The Johnsons. “Hooting & Howling” sounds like Interpol drop by for the choruses while Brian Eno’s ambient slides navigate the verses. “All the King’s Men” spends a night on the town rolling and tumbling with the ghosts of ‘70’s Roxy Music and David Bowie in tow. The title track in two parts sounds like it’s taken a cruise ship into spooked waters. Lush and imaginative, dark and danceable, Wild Beasts craft a world all their own.