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Walk This Way

by The White Tie Affair

Walk This Way by The White Tie Affair

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Walk This Way

by The White Tie Affair

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Label: Epic
The White Tie Affair's debut album is not a boogie-fried tribute to mid-'70s Aerosmith, but a club-a-rific fusion of dance pop, emo, new wave and retro-electro. Basically, Walk This Way is Dr. Frankenstein's ultimate party monster built with body parts harvested from Justin Timberlake, the Rapture, Maroon 5 and Metro Station. "Candle (Sick and Tired)" and "Allow Me to Introduce Myself...Mr. Right" are the mega-hits, but keep an ear out for "The Enemy." Now that's one of them all-night jammers for sure.

About This Album

The White Tie Affair's debut album is not a boogie-fried tribute to mid-'70s Aerosmith, but a club-a-rific fusion of dance pop, emo, new wave and retro-electro. Basically, Walk This Way is Dr. Frankenstein's ultimate party monster built with body parts harvested from Justin Timberlake, the Rapture, Maroon 5 and Metro Station. "Candle (Sick and Tired)" and "Allow Me to Introduce Myself...Mr. Right" are the mega-hits, but keep an ear out for "The Enemy." Now that's one of them all-night jammers for sure.

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About This Album

The White Tie Affair's debut album is not a boogie-fried tribute to mid-'70s Aerosmith, but a club-a-rific fusion of dance pop, emo, new wave and retro-electro. Basically, Walk This Way is Dr. Frankenstein's ultimate party monster built with body parts harvested from Justin Timberlake, the Rapture, Maroon 5 and Metro Station. "Candle (Sick and Tired)" and "Allow Me to Introduce Myself...Mr. Right" are the mega-hits, but keep an ear out for "The Enemy." Now that's one of them all-night jammers for sure.