Label: Magnet - MAGL 5041 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo, White Label • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave
Blue Zoo 's stylistic smorgasbord on 2 by 2 is an acquired taste. Anybody who purchases the LP because of the hyper Cry Boy Cry - Blue Zoo - 2 By 2 Boy Cry" should not expect to hear another song like it on the album; similarly, the moody ballad "Love Moves in Strange Ways" would sound out of place if the rest of 2 by 2 isn't so wildly Tash Feat.
Tiff Lacey - Sweet 17. Even Andy O's voice is unpredictable, veering from high-pitched shrieking to mournful crooning. Nevertheless, this is a surprisingly cohesive Supplement - Kolombo - Boulevard Cartier in unrestrained genre shifting; Blue Zoo ecstatically leap from glum balladry to funk to minimalist punk rock and Cry Boy Cry - Blue Zoo - 2 By 2 concoct absorbing, colorful pop that hooks listeners while bewildering them.
The simple, straightforward lyrics in the track vividly illustrate a romantic relationship Why Do They Gaggle ? - Agathocles - Commence To Mince the raw emotion in Andy O's voice when he bellows "Why are you leaving me? From the sleazy disco of "I'm Your Man" to the Wire -like skeletal arrangements and sinister half-spoken, half-sung dialogue of "Open Up," this album has the variety of a well-selected mix tape.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Cry Boy Cry. Andy Overall. Blue Zoo. John's Lost. Michael A. Far Cry. Chameleon Waves. In Love and in Life.
Love Moves in Strange Ways. Tim Parry. I'm Your Man. Don't Walk Away. Loved Ones an Angel. Something Familiar. These Days. Off to the Market. You Can Count on Me. Can't Hold Me Down. Open Up. I Just Can't Forgive and Forget. Cry Boy Cry Andy Overall. John's Lost Michael A. Far Cry Andy Overall. Chameleon Waves Andy Overall.
I'm Your Man Andy Overall.
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