Tanlines   Mixed Emotions
3.2 Release Date: 2012
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4.0 excellentSteech | November 27th 12

Everyone loves the theory of Big Audio, New Order, Depeche Mode, and Happy Mondays. But those bands made unlistenable albums.* Tanlines is different in that they don't force all their songs into six and seven minute compositions (when three minutes will do) or put a bunch of theme/variation tracks on their album and call them songs. Because Tanlines's pop songs are treated like pop songs, they're easy to enjoy. There's crossover potential, even outside the club scene.

*Okay, not a perfect statement. Depeche Mode and New Order both made a few decent albums - here and there - but that was when they were doing essentially the same thing that Tanlines is doing here (deliberately making an album of pop songs, like Violator, or Brotherhood).

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3.5 greatanobsoletevernacular | December 3rd 14
3.5 greathenryChinaski | April 25th 13
4.0 excellentDavid K. | February 12th 13
3.5 greatAri | December 31st 12
3.0 goodHoppip | December 23rd 12
3.0 goodTheDMV | December 17th 12
3.0 goodcoachcake | November 22nd 12
4.5 superbsteveandi | September 22nd 12
2.5 averagebolotadacena | July 2nd 12
2.0 poorVegeta of Nazareth | May 16th 12
3.0 goodKevin Weeks | May 2nd 12
2.5 averageAnthracks | April 25th 12
3.0 goodrmill3r | March 28th 12
3.5 greatConrad Tao EMERITUS | March 23rd 12
2.5 averageMisterTornado CONTRIBUTOR | March 22nd 12
3.0 goodMajor Tom CONTRIBUTOR | March 21st 12
3.0 goodPhil G. | March 19th 12

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