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The Hands That Thieve

It might be better than Somewhere In The Between. It's sounds very similar, I like the tone of the guitar and the production in general a lot better (yeah audible drums). The opening track plays a very similar roll to We Will Fall Together. The second track though, damn it's got that punk beat from Giving Up, Giving In. Fuckin great, 4.5 probably
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Wheel
3Ghostface Killah
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4Laura Stevenson
A Record
5Wu-Tang Clan
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6James Blake
Overgrown
7Deftones
White Pony
8Death
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