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Elusive

Sometime Sounds Collapse

(Q And Not U)

Shute 13

Released on August 24, 2004

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This band features John Davis and Chris Richards who later went on to form Q and Not U.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Pin Me Against The Sky  0%
2 Atop This Anchor  0%
3 The Age Of Spectacles  0%
4 Trust He Said  0%
5 Park Seat Swing  0%
6 Cape Town  0%
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Devin from Calgary, AB Canada 
Nov 15 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Sounds like a better version of Corm, or a not-as-good "No Kill No Beep Beep" era Q And Not U. It's still pretty good, definently worth checking out if you're a fan of No Kill No Beep Beep, or just that angular DC-sound in general.









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