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Download links and information about Broadcast by Meese. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:49 minutes.

Artist: Meese
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:49
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No. Title Length
1. Forward Motion 3:33
2. Count Me Out 3:41
3. Tell Me It's Over 3:35
4. Broadcast 3:57
5. Taking the World On 4:02
6. Out of the Rubble 3:21
7. Next In Line 3:20
8. The Medicine 3:51
9. Say You're OK 3:35
10. Bonfire 2:38
11. The Quiet Side 4:01
12. Movie Screens 3:38
13. Margot 4:37



With a promising debut, Denver quartet Meese effortlessly traverse from guitar-laden indie pop (like the chiming opener “Forward Motion”) to melodic piano-based ballads (such as the cascading “Taking the World On”), to four-on-the-floor dance pop (as heard on the standout track “Next In Line”), all while retaining a distinctive sound that is unmistakably theirs. Meese’s first album oozes with the kind of endearing post-adolescent tunes that you’d expect to hear in the soundtrack to a hip romantic comedy like Juno or Knocked Up. Singer Patrick Meese inflects with a demure boyish tone somewhat similar to the range of Thomas Mars from Phoenix or Xavier Boyer of Tahiti 80, though his songs are more immediately catchy and conducive to road-trip singalongs. After winning his battle with an addiction to club drugs in the ‘90s, Patrick retained a healthy affinity to airtight rhythm-driving choruses that give many of these songs infectious, danceable beats. Even catchy guitar based songs like “Bonfire” lean on toe-tapping rhythms that grow into a pulse-pumping and begging-for-festive grooving.