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Black Francis and Violet Clark had one simple goal heading into their second Grand Duchy album... That's clear from the start, as See-Thru You sets the scene alongside laserguided synth lines, brass-fitted beats and ravenous riffs, only to be swept away by the manic melodies and fist-pumping choruses of White Out. Written by Clark while Francis was on tour with the Pixies, it's just a taste of how carefree and confident the married couple's become in the three years that separated their debut LP an experiment that didn't stay that way for long-and the dizzying highs of a concept album that exists in a parallel universe in the past... now.
Black Francis and Violet Clark had one simple goal heading into their second Grand Duchy album... That's clear from the start, as See-Thru You sets the scene alongside laserguided synth lines, brass-fitted beats and ravenous riffs, only to be swept away by the manic melodies and fist-pumping choruses of White Out. Written by Clark while Francis was on tour with the Pixies, it's just a taste of how carefree and confident the married couple's become in the three years that separated their debut LP an experiment that didn't stay that way for long-and the dizzying highs of a concept album that exists in a parallel universe in the past... now.
621617014220
Grand Duchy - Let the People Speak

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Format: CD
Label: SCUY
Catalog: 70142
Rel. Date: 04/10/2012
UPC: 621617014220

Let the People Speak
Artist: Grand Duchy
Format: CD
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Black Francis and Violet Clark had one simple goal heading into their second Grand Duchy album... That's clear from the start, as See-Thru You sets the scene alongside laserguided synth lines, brass-fitted beats and ravenous riffs, only to be swept away by the manic melodies and fist-pumping choruses of White Out. Written by Clark while Francis was on tour with the Pixies, it's just a taste of how carefree and confident the married couple's become in the three years that separated their debut LP an experiment that didn't stay that way for long-and the dizzying highs of a concept album that exists in a parallel universe in the past... now.
        
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