Shane Barry and the Distractions | Radio Friction

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Radio Friction

by Shane Barry and the Distractions

\"The bastard children of the Beatles, Motown and the Clash licking ice-cream in the summer rain.\" Pure pop perfection with surf keyboards, flowing string sections, acapella breaks and brass attacks.
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Let It Be Known
3:35 album only
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2. Stop
3:16 album only
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3. Kites
3:56 album only
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4. Like I Told You So
3:31 album only
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5. She Says, He Says
4:40 album only
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6. A Man Called Gerald
3:45 album only
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7. Greatest Thing to Fall
3:28 album only
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8. The Strangest Hours
3:34 album only
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9. The World Wont Stop
4:28 album only
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10. There's No Time
3:16 album only
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11. The Finest Line
6:29 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since they began, Shane Barry and the Distractions have been ignoring the disco beat, the 1,2,3,4\'s and spiked guitars of modern music\'s biggest culprits. Instead, they have fashioned their sounds from the golden glare of 1970\'s fm radio.

The original lineup of 4 has expanded to include a brass section with all the moves of the Stax and Motown back catalogue!

RADIO FRICTION, their debut album, with its chocolate-rich production, has taken a year and a half to record. With it\'s surf keyboards and synths, flowing string sections, acapella breaks and brass attacks, it is the glorious sound of a band tuned into a broken radio dial.

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