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Sounds From Nowheresville by The Ting Tings

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Sounds From Nowheresville

The Ting Tings

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Album

Sounds From Nowheresville

The Ting Tings

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Label: Columbia
The bratty, fizzy coed English duo behind magnificent earworm "That's Not My Name" is back with even brattier, fizzier sullen-outsider jock jams. The gleefully schizo Sounds From Nowheresville revels in everything from M83 electro triumphalism to Santigold-style reggae pop to tart party-rap taunts to angst-y ballads, all shot through with a brisk air of absurdism. Try "Guggenheim," a bad-romance fable that vaguely evokes Dusty Springfield before launching into an enormous, bewildering, cowbell-wielding chorus of "I'm gonna play my bass at the Guggenheim." Yeah, go ahead.

About This Album

The bratty, fizzy coed English duo behind magnificent earworm "That's Not My Name" is back with even brattier, fizzier sullen-outsider jock jams. The gleefully schizo Sounds From Nowheresville revels in everything from M83 electro triumphalism to Santigold-style reggae pop to tart party-rap taunts to angst-y ballads, all shot through with a brisk air of absurdism. Try "Guggenheim," a bad-romance fable that vaguely evokes Dusty Springfield before launching into an enormous, bewildering, cowbell-wielding chorus of "I'm gonna play my bass at the Guggenheim." Yeah, go ahead.

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About This Album

The bratty, fizzy coed English duo behind magnificent earworm "That's Not My Name" is back with even brattier, fizzier sullen-outsider jock jams. The gleefully schizo Sounds From Nowheresville revels in everything from M83 electro triumphalism to Santigold-style reggae pop to tart party-rap taunts to angst-y ballads, all shot through with a brisk air of absurdism. Try "Guggenheim," a bad-romance fable that vaguely evokes Dusty Springfield before launching into an enormous, bewildering, cowbell-wielding chorus of "I'm gonna play my bass at the Guggenheim." Yeah, go ahead.