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Ravvivanda

Electro pop of a distinctly early [a]Depeche Mode[/a]flavour, this also veers into [a]Tears For Fears[/a] territory with a frightening frequency.

Hailing from deep in the country, Countermine are a bunch of teenagers who should be young enough to know better. Electro pop of a distinctly early Depeche Modeflavour, this also veers

into

<
a href="/artists/tears-for-fears" class="artistLink">Tears For Fears territory with a frightening frequency. The sound of kids whose parents have obviously bought them too much expensive equipment. It were all garage punk round here in my

day...



Stevie Chick
7 / 10

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