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Tides - The XX - Coexist (CD, Album)

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  1. Second studio album by the British indie pop group. The follow-up to their hugely successful, Mercury Prize winning debut album 'xx' (), the album includes the singles 'Angels' and 'Chained' and entered the UK Albums Chart at #1.
  2. Sep 05,  · ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Coexist The xx Alternative ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. EDITORS’ NOTES Tides 9 Unfold 10 Swept Away 11 Our Song 11 Songs, 37 Minutes.
  3. And I was right. In less than a week, I was appreciating the poignancy of Angels, the insistence of Fiction or the sweetness of Tides. I have a playlist of the first 2 albums and can happily listen to them all day. Coexist is much more produced than XX was. It lost some of the raw emotional impact of the first album /5().
  4. Coexist is the second studio album by English indie pop band the xx. It was released 5 September by the Young Turks record label.
  5. Sep 05,  · Coexist The xx Alternative • Play Shuffle. Editors' Notes There's not a whisper of second album jitters on this follow-up from fearsomely singular childhood friends Jamie Smith, Oliver Sim and Romy Madley Croft. But—while opener “Angel” plays like an even leaner take on their signature witching hour sound—there’s discernible.
  6. Sep 05,  · Check out Tides by The xx on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on worthwhistmasqueremocojelmorumblutga.coinfo From the Album Coexist September 5, out of 5 stars 1 rating Start your One of my three favorite songs by The xx. The other two being Sunset and Angels. Those two are a must-buy as well. Read more. Helpful.5/5(1).
  7. Sep 05,  · Favorite. Album. Ever. I love The xx and pretty much all their music. Whereas some of their first album sounds almost poppy, this album is a little darker and more minor key-ish. It is great mood music, haunting and seductive in just the right places. There is no jarring, fast tempo song on the album so it's great to put on and just let the /5().
  8. Where xx was an album that got its hooks in you, Coexist becomes a somnolent atmosphere-in-itself, in which hooks are conspicuous by their absence. It all works best when the tempo rises (relatively speaking), as on "Tides" and "Swept Away;" still, the pulse races placidly.

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