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“Weekend Wars is an unique psychedelic gem that all...”

Written on: 29/08/2010 by pearlbeforeswine (2 reviews written)

Weekend Wars is an unique psychedelic gem that all music appreciators and scholars should take ear to. It fuses styles of The Beatles in their prime and The Byrds with folky guitarwork like that of Band of Horses. The poetic lyrics of Andrew VanWyngarden yell out to artistic creativity in the entire album, and this song. The arrangements are just great. The reverb and phasing play perfect in the chorus and in the soft interludes that send you into a psychedelic vision. Reviving old psychedelic… Read Full Review

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“This abstract single from Brooklyn based MGMT...”

Written on: 18/02/2009 by sgwillow (8 reviews written)

This abstract single from Brooklyn based MGMT (Columbia Records) sounds like a failed hybrid of The Beatles and Scissor Sisters.
Weekend Wars, from d but album Oracular Spectacular, shows that although the lyrics are thought provoking, the vocalist's voice is something to be desired. The music is mediocre at best and has an inconsistent flow. However the only highlight of the song, other than the end, were the occasional instrumental interludes.
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