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A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night


Download links and information about A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night by Love Is All. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 32:51 minutes.

Artist: Love Is All
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 32:51
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No. Title Length
1. New Beginnings 2:54
2. Give It Back 3:17
3. Movie Romance 2:31
4. Last Choice 2:28
5. Sea Sick 3:42
6. Wishing Well 2:44
7. When Giants Fall 3:37
8. Rumours 3:07
9. Big Bangs, Black Holes, Meteorites 1:52
10. A More Uncertain Future 2:52
11. 19 Floors 3:47



Sweden’s twitchy, retro-punk Love Is All churn up the type of prototypical punk that utterly thrills — not to mention drives a person to dangerous modes of free-form, spastic dance. A giddy Josephine Olausson sings and twitters and coos, sometimes in a reverb-wrapped chamber of chill, and other times in a straightforward, clipped, delivery — but she always means business. Opening track “New Beginnings” starts off with a rubbery, pulsing guitar that melds into contortioning saxophones, reminiscent of seminal art-punk band X-Ray Spex. The saxophones push “Give It Back” into a breakneck, vaguely ska-flavored tune, Olausson in a clipped sing-speak until the chorus turns her delivery to a smooth, airy trill. The chunky guitars and hooky chorus of “Movie Romance” are irresistible, while “Last Choice” comes off like a Peter, Bjorn & John homage, with its honeyed melancholy, synthesized steel drums, and hand claps. As if things weren’t good enough already, it’s clear the band knows its musical history: the plinking keys on the frisky  “Wishing Well” lifts from The Clean’s hallowed “Tally Ho.” The breathless pace is broken up with the Ronettes-meet-the-Raveonettes wistfulness of “When Giants Fall,” and the bittersweet boy-girl vocals on the breakup ballad, “A More Uncertain Future.” A Hundred Things… nearly rivals the band’s debut Nine Times That Same Song, and that’s saying something.