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Released: June 2008

A classic trip down pop memory lane, 'Two Doors Down' is like a bubblegum version of Lloyd Cole And The Commotions for the iPod generation. Catchy as Hell and never taking itself too seriously, Blaine and co. channel their inner intellect with a Doherty-esque reverence, referencing Television's 'Marquee Moon' along the way (not to mention introducing the wider world to Ms. Laura Marling). (MW)

 
 

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