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First Impressions Of Earth by The Strokes

Album

First Impressions Of Earth

The Strokes

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Album

First Impressions Of Earth

The Strokes

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
The Strokes sound less angular yet tighter and fuller. Julian Casablancas' voice is still delightfully disheveled, but his lyrics are more self-reflective. The contagious chorus melody in "Razorblade" bites Barry Manilow's "Mandy" (no joke), while "Vision of Division" boasts a Brahman-influenced guitar solo -- and are those electric, backwards cellos on "Ask Me Anything"?

About This Album

The Strokes sound less angular yet tighter and fuller. Julian Casablancas' voice is still delightfully disheveled, but his lyrics are more self-reflective. The contagious chorus melody in "Razorblade" bites Barry Manilow's "Mandy" (no joke), while "Vision of Division" boasts a Brahman-influenced guitar solo -- and are those electric, backwards cellos on "Ask Me Anything"?

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About This Album

The Strokes sound less angular yet tighter and fuller. Julian Casablancas' voice is still delightfully disheveled, but his lyrics are more self-reflective. The contagious chorus melody in "Razorblade" bites Barry Manilow's "Mandy" (no joke), while "Vision of Division" boasts a Brahman-influenced guitar solo -- and are those electric, backwards cellos on "Ask Me Anything"?