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Static Age

Neon Nights Electric Lives

Tarantulas 12

Released on March 29, 2005

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Three members of the idealistic side of the punk rock scene and a classically trained pianist, armed with a desire to write the unique songs neither devoid of style nor dominated by it, this Burlington, Vermont-based quartet draws on the romantic loss and melancholic longing of the best Brit Pop and Post Punk bands, delivering with the unmistakable urgency and honesty of a band that matters. The songs weave Andrew Paley's beautifully weathered vocals and textured guitars with Sarah-Rose Cameron's elegant keyboard melodies over the backdrop of Adam Meilleur's punchy bass lines and Bobby Hackney's near-perfect drums, channeling the urban melancholy of Joy Division and The Chameleons. At once shadowy and dreamy, The Static Age has developed it's own sound -- one that infuses melody, atmosphere, a strong backbeat, and lyrics alternately acerbic and melancholic, and one that manages to sound like nothing else before.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Vertigo Voted #2  15%
2 Amphibian Voted #1  27%
3 Armory  10%
4 Ghosts Voted #3  15%
5 Saltsick  10%
6 It Never Seems To Last  6%
7 Canopy  8%
8 Airplanes  8%
9 Pakistan  0%
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Campbell from Apo, AE 
Mar 24 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I bought this cuz it came with a bunch of free stuff and the sample song sounded a bit unique. Overall though I found it a bit dull... Like one of those cds that all just runs together in a blur of sound. Nothing really outstanding, but if you're looking for something different purchase away.

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Matthew from Jersey Shore, PA 
Apr 29 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Neon Nights Electric Lives is really quite good. The album sounds pretty much just like the item description says. They definently have an 80's britpop sound. Reminds me of The Cure at times. Overall, I was very pleased.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Mar 31 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This sounds like a dreamy, 80's, emo-ish kinda cd, I dont really know how to put it or who to compare them to. Its pretty good, some parts of the cd I dont like how the vocals go with the music but the best part was that I ordered it like a month and a half early so it came in this box wrapped in pink gift wrapper with a bunch of posters, stickers, buttons, and even some dice from the record label. Good Cd

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