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THE STROKES - ROOM ON FIRE (LTD COLOURED VINYL)

THE STROKES -  ROOM ON FIRE (LTD COLOURED VINYL)
Product Code: THE STROKES - ROOM ON FIRE (LTD COLOURED VINYL)
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Price: AU$53.95
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THE STROKES -  ROOM ON FIRE (LTD COLOURED VINYL) Music On Vinyl, pre-order exp 14th Feb

PACKAGING/SPECIAL FEATURES - MOV Transition – Translucent Red + Yellow ‘Flame’ Vinyl

Rarely has the burden of expectation weighed so heavily as it does on the Strokes' second album. Room on Fire is an overwhelmingly anxious record, where the band's dilemmas are there for everyone to hear: should they make another record as concise as Is This It? Will they be able to capitalise on their wiry winning formula but avoid exhausting it? And can Julian Casablancas be convincingly offhand when we now know how much effort he makes to sound so disinterested? As a result, Room on Fire isn't an entirely successful album, but it's certainly a compelling one--the testament of five handsomely talented men struggling to work out what should happen next. At worst, songs like "You Talk Way Too Much" are paranoid retreads where the Strokes, having minted such a precise and appealing sound, seem doomed to repeat it in progressively more joyless ways.

Track Listing:

  1. What Ever Happened?
  2. Reptilia
  3. Automatic Stop
  4. 12:51 [Explicit]
  5. You Talk Way Too Much
  6. Between Love & Hate
  7. Meet Me In The Bathroom [Explicit]
  8. Under Control
  9. The Way It Is
  10. The End Has No End
  11. I Can't Win [Explicit]

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