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Here we go again…

January 18, 2011

So neither of these two songs find themselves on my ultimate playlist… but I thought I’d share them anyway.  Mostly because I invested in both just last week and they’ve been bouncing around in my head ever since.  Stylistically, these two songs have little in common.  One is poppy and fun.  The other is… I don’t know… hard on itself.  Incidentally I had been close to buying each of these song’s respective albums some time ago.  In the case of Neon Trees I believe I went with Broken Bells (read my post on them here!)   As for Mumford and Sons… hmm… I can’t remember.  Anyway, that brings me to my next point:  For whatever reason I almost always buy entire albums as opposed to singles.  I’m not sure why I do that… maybe to preserve and appreciate the artists’ creations; maybe to find hidden gems buried between tracks.  Whatever the reason, it’s an expensive habit… but one that, more often than not, pays off. This time around, however, I don’t feel so lucky.  But, admittedly, I’ve been rather impatient in regards to just about everything the last week or so… so maybe I just haven’t given them a chance.  With a long road trip on the horizon this weekend, maybe they’ll get that chance…

First up, Animal by Neon Trees (no hidden message intended… I don’t think.  hehe)

Next up, Little Lion Man by Mumford and Sons (no hidden message intended… I don’t think.  haha.)

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 18, 2011 2:17 am

    i already regret sharing these two songs! bwahaha.

  2. January 19, 2011 10:36 am

    too late for regrets! 😀

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