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Back On The Motorway - Metronomy - Nights Out (CDr, Album)

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  1. Nov 23,  · 23 videos Play all Metronomy - Nights Out (full album)(Deluxe Ed) Indie Guvenc Metronomy - She Wants (Music Video) - Duration: Metronomy 8,, views.
  2. Nights Out is the second album by British electronic act Metronomy, released on 8 September through Because Music.
  3. Metronomy: Nights Out ‎ (CDr, Album, Promo) Because Music: because UK: "Back on the Motorway" goes for shinier pop, like Cut Copy gone slightly askew, and "On Dancefloors" takes its groove in a slightly moodier direction before the twangy "Nights Outro" closes the album. A cute album.
  4. Sep 03,  · Nights Out Licensed to YouTube by Because Music (on behalf of Because Music Ltd.); UMPI, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, ASCAP, CMRRA, UMPG Publishing.
  5. en référence à Nights Out, CD, Album, Enh, BEC The intro of Metronomy's NIGHTS OUT sounds like a horn-dirge, all plaintive notes and guitar plucks, but this goes out the window with "The End of You Too, which lays on the handclaps and sharp drum snaps, with an occasional harmonica.
  6. On the Wrong Motorway I don’t quite know what it is but in all electronic music there is something that makes it somewhat predictable. So it is with Metronomy – however hard they try to make Nights Out varied, and it is varied enough, almost in every tune there is something that makes it sound in a way trite. I liked best here “Night Out Intro” and generous “Holiday” though I.
  7. Back on the Motorway Metronomy. Produced by Metronomy. Album Nights Out. So I've set out to find her, I'm back on the motorway. [Chorus] At this wheel, I drive the earth for her.
  8. With Nights Out, Metronomy painted a blueprint for British indie’s weird and wonderful lates era.. Cramming in odd sampled sounds and a groove more befitting of east London’s underground clubland than the guitar-led indie discos of the time, Metronomy’s second full-length found figurehead Joe Mount exploring vocals for the first time after the instrumental sounds of debut album Pip.