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RED BOX - Chase The Setting Sun



Re: RED BOX - Chase The Setting Sun

Postby drivel » Wed Sep 18, 2019 5:43 am

CD pre-orders were being taken in February 2018! :D
http://www.nwoutpost.com/forum/viewtopi ... ox#p375066
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Re: RED BOX - Chase The Setting Sun

Postby jaybag » Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:53 am

I’m a bit biased because I know the band personally, but as I always say: I was a fan long before I became a friend. I love the album, of course. It’s decidedly more upbeat than their previous release Plenty, though my favorite track on it is the gorgeous ballad Why So Few. If you want a good sampling of the best tracks, I’d stream:

This Is What We Came For (probably their catchiest song since Lean On Me)
Why So Few
Ho Ho!
Hurry
Everybody’s Got Some Disguise

... but then I’d recommend listening to the whole thing. It’s kind of a “classic” album in that it clocks in at 11 tracks and 45 minutes, it would fit perfectly on vinyl.
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