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The Neon Sound

by The Management

Originally titled "Failure to Communicate," their second EP deals with themes of unrequited love, squandered opportunities, forgotten love, broken love and the many confusions and misconceptions that arise in intimate relationships.
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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1. The One Who Says Sorry
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2. It's Not You, It's Me (Future Girlfriend)
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3. Blah Blah Blah
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4. Calling Codeine
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5. Primrose Hill
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6. It's Not Me, It's You (Future Girlfriend Reprise)
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7. Trading Scars (feat. Johanna Samuels)
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8. Down by the River
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9. Shelly I'm Confused
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10. The One You're Thinking Of
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11. Regents Park
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12. Coffeeshop Girls Revisited
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13. Drinks Alone at the Airport
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14. Naïve (Demo Version)
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15. Legs Like Those (Demo Version)
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16. Never Give You My Heart (Demo Version)
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Album Notes
While their first EP, "Seventeen Minutes in the Cheap Seats" dealt with abstract themes and otherworldly ideas (such as the terminally ill being sent away in escape pods to circle the galaxy in a suspended animation only to return once the planet had modernized enough to have found a cure), “The Neon Sound” touches on themes that are now slightly closer to home…love and relationships. Yet, still true to form, the Management pump out another intriguing collection of lo-fi, psychedelic tracks reminiscent of the comfortable hums that emanate from late night neon signs.

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