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Straight Lines

by Silverchair

Straight Lines by Silverchair

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Straight Lines

by Silverchair

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Label: Eleven: A Music Company
Unless someone tipped you off, you'd never know the band singing "Straight Lines" was Silverchair – the Aussie grunge trio that made its mark with the Pearl Jam sound-alike hit "Tomorrow" in the early '90s. "Straight Lines" is dotted with synths, a tinkling piano and a sly melody that creeps up on you – and has absolutely nothing to do with grunge. In fact, the song is not unlike frontman Daniel Johns' quirky, synth-happy side project, the Dissociatives, and is deceptively catchy tune that will win you over before it's finished playing.

About This Album

Unless someone tipped you off, you'd never know the band singing "Straight Lines" was Silverchair – the Aussie grunge trio that made its mark with the Pearl Jam sound-alike hit "Tomorrow" in the early '90s. "Straight Lines" is dotted with synths, a tinkling piano and a sly melody that creeps up on you – and has absolutely nothing to do with grunge. In fact, the song is not unlike frontman Daniel Johns' quirky, synth-happy side project, the Dissociatives, and is deceptively catchy tune that will win you over before it's finished playing.

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About This Album

Unless someone tipped you off, you'd never know the band singing "Straight Lines" was Silverchair – the Aussie grunge trio that made its mark with the Pearl Jam sound-alike hit "Tomorrow" in the early '90s. "Straight Lines" is dotted with synths, a tinkling piano and a sly melody that creeps up on you – and has absolutely nothing to do with grunge. In fact, the song is not unlike frontman Daniel Johns' quirky, synth-happy side project, the Dissociatives, and is deceptively catchy tune that will win you over before it's finished playing.