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The National

Brooklyn based, via Cincinnati, this quintet is often compared to Wilco, Interpol, and other prominent indie bands.Their lyrics arenotably strong, andtheir music is ever-improving. The fact that there are two sets of brothers in this band issomewhatinteresting.

Full lengths are: The National, Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers, Alligator, Boxer and HighViolet.TheNational is: Matt Berninger(Vocals), Aaron Dessner (guitars, bass), Bryce Dessner (guitar), Scott Devendorf(guitar; bass), andBryan Devendorf (drums)

Similar Bands: Interpol, Wilco, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Tindersticks, The Twilight Sad

LPs
Trouble Will Find Me
05/20/2013

4
1,306 Votes
High Violet
2010

4.3
1,983 Votes
Boxer
2007

4.3
1,972 Votes
Alligator
2005

4.3
1,487 Votes
Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers
2003

3.6
481 Votes
The National
2001

3.1
326 Votes
EPs
Think You Can Wait / Exile Vilify
2011

4
53 Votes
The Virginia EP
2008

3.6
133 Votes
Cherry Tree
2004

3.8
230 Votes

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