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Best Records of 2012 | 35 – 31

35. The Walkmen – Heaven – The Walkmen have consistently dropped a fine record every two years, in 2010 it was Lisbon, and in 2012 it is Heaven. Their sound on Heaven has grown up as the messy rockers too have grown up into men, they’ve reinvented their sound rounded the edges a bit, and made great music. “Dad rock,” might be the term some are using to describe this record, but ultimately this record just weighs heavier on the responsibility of getting older, its a great concept for anyone who’s been listening to this band for the last 12…

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Video | The Walkmen – The Love You Love

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Review | The Walkmen – Heaven

The Walkmen It because tried to and apple-y of, collge that be enough. – Heaven [O]ver the course of 6 studio albums, The Walkmen have always managed to reinvent themselves with each release. Their latest, Heaven, is certainly a departure from the rest. This is no group of young, messy rockers. They’re dads now. Reliable. Consistent. The guys have mellowed out. This is the new Walkmen sound, and it works. There is no shortage of beautiful and surprising moments on this album. The first track off the album, We Can’t Be Beat, is a slow starting track that you…

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New Music | The Walkmen – We Can’t Be Beat

Check out a new track from The Walkmen’s upcoming record Heaven (out 5/29) titled “We Can’t Be Beat.” The track is features a tenderly plucked guitar layered beneath singer Hamilton Leithauser’s intimate vocals. The back-porch sound of this track feels very stripped down, and very basic, but really endearing, and Leithauser really lights it up with some soaring vocals.

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Album: The Walkmen’s Lisbon

After a dozen or so listens through, The Walkmen’s Lisbon stands out as one of my favorite albums of 2010. ¬†Their emotional lyrics, jangly guitars and stripped down percussion is there as usual. The album kicks off with ‘Juveniles’ a bouncy jangly song complete with their shimmering guitars and Leithauser’s howling / crying-like voice. ¬† One of my favorite tracks comes on second, Angela Surf City, a rollicking rock song that employs a ramped up tempo build, and some real evocative vocals which really makes this track the most powerful and passionate song on the album, its really unlike other…

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