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Understanding Electricity

Released on 30 March 2009

Artist: Official Secrets Act

5.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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 official secrets act - officially amazing

| | See all funkydamunkey's reviews (5)

I downloaded this album this morning and uploaded it to my i-pod so i could listen to it on the way to work. I was expecting a pretty good record as the single "girl from the bbc" is my favorit song of the moment. I had no idea however just how good it really was. I felt like i was having a transentental experience as the train rushed through clapham junction, ( not really, but the sentiment 's there). In all seriousness, this is a really great record. If you are at all into arty pop music, this is definitly a must have.

 Young Grown Ups

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No-one wants to get old after 21! Here's happening music from a young band that is big enough for anyone. Spangly guitars, cheeky, poignant vocals, dancing beats. This album is ripe with references to great music of the past but it's all so carefully assimilated and re-presented in their own punchy yet pretty way.
Rhythmically and harmonically daring, this is beautifully crafted Pop that invites repeated listening yet keeps coming back fresh. It's light footed and accessible. I feel like I'm in at the start of something huge. This is their summer.

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