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Hail Social

Hail Social

Polyvinyl 92

Released on August 9, 2005


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Philadelphia's quartet released a 7-inch and a 4-song EP, toured the US opening for Interpol and Secret Machines, and have shared stages with Unicorns, TV On The Radio, Ted Leo, Of Montreal, Joan Of Arc, Denali, and The Rogers Sisters, to name a few. Some believe they're the next band to break out of Philly. Some say their sound is a little Goth with groove, like The Cure's "Head On The Door", or power-wave like Duran Duran's "Seven And The Ragged Tiger". The band likes to refer to this album as "80's roller skating music played by a metal band."

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 Hands Are Tied  0%
2 Get In The Car  0%
3 Come Out Tonight  0%
4 Repetition  0%
5 Track #1  0%
6 More Time  0%
7 Another Face  0%
8 Feeling Is Wrong  0%
9 No Title  0%
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Martin from Raymond, ME 
Sep 8 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is not my usual listening fare. The lyrics remind me of the 80's in both content and delivery. The music seems to have a staight on rock feel with a disco influence. The bass is up front and has a nice groove that carries through each song. None of these usually appeal to me, but these guys pull off a real cool sound. I've listened to this album a lot, but don't know why. I just sticks with me everytime and I have to listen to it all the way through. I think it's the atmosphere they create. It's really subtley amazing.

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Nicholas from Apo, AE 
Dec 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ya like Gang of Four, Bloc Party, Maximo Park, Franz, Killers, Bravery, Interpol? well then you'll love this one 2, and they don't wear all the make up and suits, just fat ass bass lines with some tight lyrics!!!





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