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Broken Dog : They were real
[B]'They Were Real'[/B] is another ethereal beauty, possible evidence of a most supernatural phenomenon...
t hat aren't so much written as swept up from the corners of their house, singer Martine whispering like an astral projection,
sense of imminent vanishing - this is a band who never need to open doors before they walk through them.
'They Were Real' is another ethereal beauty, possible evidence of a most supernatural phenomenon where Fleetwood Mac and Smog met strangely in a dark tunnel one night. Still, the slight
of indie feyness ensures their reality.
Every time a church bell rings, another angel gets his wings. Broken Dog probably just shed a tear over, y'know, life's unutterable transient sadness.
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