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Cut Copy

In Ghost Colours

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Cut Copy
In Ghost Colours
(Modular Interscope)
When Australia's Cut Copy released its debut album, critics were apprehensive. Virtually all reviews heralded Bright Like Neon Loveas a remarkable album that was unfortunately too dance for indie rockers and too rock for dance fans. For In Ghost Colours, Dan Whitford and friends carefully arranged and mixed the album as a whole, creating seamless transitions between catchy, gritty rock tracks like "So Haunted" and infectious dance songs like "Hearts On Fire." Instead of alienating listeners, In Ghost Coloursinvites everyone to join in, resulting in an album that can be played, start to finish, at any party, anywhere.
--Caley MacLennan

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