The Rumble Strips - Girls And Weather album FLAC
The Rumble Strips are an English band from Tavistock, Devon. The band took their name from rumble strips, which are a series of small, continuous lines of bumps alongside a road designed to help prevent inattentive drivers straying off the road. Having known each other since childhood, a precise conception date for the band doesn't really exist 2008–2010. A Rumble Strips CD with the signatures of all band members.
One of the most fun albums of that year, and a great couple to Vampire Weekend's debut, "Girls and Weather" sounds like Dexys Midnight Runners but for teen hipsters from 2007. And maybe the sunny hipsterism of it all will pull you apart, but the album is so well arranged, with is passionate voice, its catchy soul tunes (full of trumpets, everywhere), and wonderful change of melodies. Standouts? The happy Alarm Clock (that reminds me a bit of I'm From Barcelona), Girls and Boys in Love which to me is the PERFECT motownish pop song, and "Clouds", so stupid, so fu. .
Girls and Weather is the debut album from the Devon-based band The Rumble Strips. It was released on September 10, 2007 by the Island Records sub-label Fallout Records.
But if the Rumble Strips closely resemble Dexys both in sound and vision, they've also got a frontman, Charlie Waller, brimming with enough personality to match Kevin Rowland's ample charisma. A whole album of these sort of showy gestures would likely prove exhausting, but the Strips are careful not to overdo it, and Girls and Weather is stacked with singles that condense the band's energy and enthusiasm into more compact bursts of joy: the cheeky anti-work song "Alarm Clock" ("I don't like doing things/ That other folks tell.
Girls and Boys In Love (Hot Chip Remix).
The Rumble Strips don't take any chances on Girls and Weather, but that's because they don't need to. If the Devon foursome's fun, innocent, and refreshingly light tone - not to mention their eschewing of guitars in favor of horns - isn't enough to make their debut album stand out, then their musicianship and wry lyrics certainly are. It takes a few listens to discern the Rumble Strips' technical proficiency, because it's all too easy to get caught up in the fun that they're having instead
Girls & Weather (Commercial Album) The Rumble Strips. Welcome To The Walk Alone The Rumble Strips. Greatest Hits Earth, Wind, Fire. September Earth, Wind, Fire. Girls and Boys In Love The Rumble Strips. Dust On The Ground (Album Version) Bombay Bicycle Club. Alarm Clock (Commercial 2 Track CD) The Rumble Strips. Oh No! Just 'cause you think it, Don't make it so, Drop you to drink it, Won't let you go. Plenty of girls and boys in love Plenty of girls and boys in love. Move to the city, Lose all your heart, She weren't that pretty, You ain't too smart.