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'Pretty Years,' the wildly ambitious fourth LP for Cymbals Eat Guitars, is easily the band's most sonically enigmatic and most rewarding album yet.
Their trademark cacophonic guitar rock and innate propulsion are still abundant, but they're buttressed by raucous synth and keyboard lines, and an extemporaneous saxophone performance, which enrich when they could easily clutter these songs.
The band also worked more quickly and efficiently than they had in the past, facilitated by years on the road in which they've played close to a thousand shows, which rendered them a tight, fully-oiled machine in the studio.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||CYMBALS EAT GUITARS|
|Music Genre||Indie / Alternative|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. Finally
- 2. Have A Heart
- 3. Wish
- 4. Close
- 5. Dancing Days
- 6. 4th Of July, Philadelphia (Sandy)
- 7. Beam
- 8. Mallwalking
- 9. Well
- 10. Shrine