New Boy In Town - Cazals - What Of Our Future (CDr, Album)

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  1. Cazals – What Of Our Future (Kitsune) UK release date: 26 May by Jenni Cole published: in Album Reviews. Tweet. The debut album from Cazals proves to be a tale of missed potential. Too firmly stuck in the early 80s confusion of whether or not synthesisers belonged in rock’n’roll, it doesn’t quite manage to live up to.
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  4. "The Boys Are Back in Town" is a single from Irish hard rock band Thin Lizzy. The song was originally released in on their album Jailbreak. It was given th position among the Rolling Stone's Greatest Songs of All Time, though it was not included in the update. Rolling Stone praised lead singer Phil Lynott's "Gaelic soul" and called the "twin-guitar lead by Scott Gorham.
  5. What Of Our Future, an album by Cazals on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Released on:
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  7. On WHAT OF OUR FUTURE, Cazals’ full-length studio debut, the London-based indie-rock act unleashes an energetic set of dance-floor-oriented tunes. With a sound very much in line with Franz Ferdinand’s club-leaning reinvention, the group trades equally in fast beats and wiry guitar lines, as best evinced on “Somebody Somewhere” and “Life Is Boring.”.
  8. 1) New Boy in Town 2) To Cut a Long Story Short 3) Somebody Somewhere 4) Big Mistake 5) Comfortable Silence 6) Life Is Boring 7) Control Oss 8) We're Just the Same 9) Poor Innocent Boys 10) Both Sides 11) Time of Our Lives.

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