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The Sound

The Sound's inability to break through to the type of '80s post-punk prominence reserved for the likes of Joy Division and Echo & the Bunnymen, the twobands the Sound fell in between sound-wise, isn't all that easy to explain away. Any deep-minded attempt to do so leaves one with a sort of abject sournessthat can only be directed for, well, the human race. Their songs had hooks and emotional impact without bombast, with lyrics that often confronted theproblems of young adulthood without simply moping and falling into escapist chutes. They were able to cultivate large followings in Germany and Holland, butaside from those countries and a couple other European territories, indifference and history has made them all but invisible.

Similar Bands: Echo & the Bunnymen, Joy Division, The Chameleons UK, Second Layer, The Associates

LPs
Thunder Up
1987

3.7
6 Votes
Heads & Hearts
1985

3.1
7 Votes
All Fall Down
1982

3.3
9 Votes
From The Lion's Mouth
1981

3.9
48 Votes
Jeopardy
1980

3.9
67 Votes
EPs
Shock of Daylight
1984

3.8
3 Votes

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