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8 thoughts on “ Love Stained - TV On The Radio - Seeds (File, Album)

  1. Vulkree
    TV on the Radio’s breakout, ’s Dear Science, best embodied the band’s creative inertia. The album showcased funky and forward thinking arrangements that blended seamlessly with lead singer Tunde Adebimpe’s varied delivery, making transitions between tracks like “Crying” to “Dancing Choose” both jolting and immensely enjoyable.
  2. Karn
    Nov 14,  · Simply put, TV on the Radio have put out more thrilling rides than this one. Stretches of Seeds fade into each other, lacking an emotional hook or a burst of energy. But this is an album as much.
  3. Samutaxe
    Nov 18,  · Actually, Seeds is a giant leap. And not just because of how multi-instrumentalist/producer Dave Sitek builds on 's Nine Types of Light, keeping the poppier sheen but adding a jolt of buoyant.
  4. Tolar
    TV On The Radio "Love Stained": TV On The Radio Lyrics "Love Stained" Funny now it's all out See what only nakedness could hide Something's got you tongue tied Like you're barely handling the ride Sentimental storm clouds gathering album: "Seeds" () Quartz. Careful You. Could You. Happy Idiot. Test Pilot. Love Stained. Ride. Right.
  5. Tojacage
    Seeds is the fifth studio album by American art rock band TV on the Radio, released on November 18, through Harvest Records. It is the band's first album since the death of their bassist, Gerard Smith. The album's first single, "Happy Idiot", was released on September 2,
  6. Magal
    Nov 17,  · TV on the Radio want to focus on rebuilding the “right now,” and while the lyrics are important, Seeds is a sound-first record, where each word is .
  7. Malabar
    TV on the Radio, on their fifth release Seeds, seem to rely a little too heavily on the formula rather than venturing out passed it. It follows the trajectory of Nine Types of Light so closely that the albums are barely distinguishable from each other in many respects.
  8. Kazram
    TV On The Radio - Love Stained Lyrics. Artist: TV On The Radio. Album: Seeds. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Funny now it's all loud See what only nakedness could hide Something's got you tongue tied Like you're barely handling the ride.

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