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  1. [Verse 2] So you're picking up signs You're scared you might be losing your mind And all the hopes of any shot you've got Are leaving you behind You're making light of this I know And it's a shame That your silly sentimental heart is to blame [Chorus] We blow all our chances thinkin' we know All the answers, and so it goes With all the changes.
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  3. At times, Broken Bells' self-titled debut was so hazy that it felt like it was about to dissipate in a cloud of wry West Coast melancholy, but on After the Disco, James Mercer and Brian Burton give that atmosphere a little more form. Building on previous highlights like "The Ghost Inside" and "The High Road," the pair dive deeper into their synth pop, new wave, and disco fascinations to.
  4. Broken Bells - After The Disco (Full Album) Anita; 11 videos; , views; Last updated on Jul 12,
  5. Bass tablature for No Matter What Your Told by Broken Bells. Rated out of 5 by 1 user. Submitted by Ayreon77 on February 1,
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  7. The first Broken Bells album had been a nice debut, with songs that were nice, and yes, it had some quite catchy tunes. Overall, an album that was well received by those who knew of the band's existence at the time. For After The Disco, Broken Bells is directed toward the kind of people who listen to, well, music just after the party. The album has basically the same climate as the debut; with.
  8. Broken Bells are a collaboration between two guys who sit at very different tables in the music-biz lunchroom. Danger Mouse is a hip-hop-savant-turned-L.A.-superproducer (his credits include Gnarls.

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