Comedown Machine

The Strokes

Release Date:

22.03.2013

Record Label:

RCA Records Label

  1. 11,49 €
  2. 14,49 €
7digital What we said: Julian Casablancas and co were once officially the hippest band on the block, but just how cool are they now, 15 years into their career? Well, cool enough that a new Strokes album is still treated as “A Big Deal” by the underground indie press. Certainly cool enough that Casablancas can still pull off sounding fatally bored without being branded contrived. And definitely way too cool to do tours, interviews or press releases. Indeed, it’s because of those final three points that the only knowledge we can share on Comedown Machine is that it was recorded in Jimi Hendrix’s legendary Electric Lady Studios. What we can tell you, however, is that it sounds a) good and b) like The Strokes (choppy guitars, motorik rhythms, nostalgic synth sounds; you know the drill). So we can’t really blame them for letting the music do the talking, can we?
Track NumberTrack TitleTrack LengthTrack Price/Buy Link
1

Tap Out

3:42
2

All The Time

3:01
3

One Way Trigger

4:02
4

Welcome To Japan

3:50
5

80's Comedown Machine

4:58
6

50/50

2:43
7

Slow Animals

4:20
8

Partners In Crime

3:21
9

Chances

3:36
10

Happy Ending

2:52
11

Call It Fate, Call It Karma

3:24
Duration:
39:49
Genres:
Alternative
℗ 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
© 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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