The Radio Dept Pet Grief

The Radio Dept  Pet Grief

because your dreams always needed a soundtrack.

  • The bands second album, was really what sold me on the curious band. Their music is questionable, but also transforming. It's a smooth, mellow and ambient listen. Check, I think you'll like it.

  • What you don't know is that this is actually a CD. It's the deluxe edition of their newest album which comes with a dvd and a 200 page book. not to shabby, just a little pricey.

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  • Yes, another recommendation for The Clientele! Released in 2003, this album is a continuation of the moody, melancholy dream pop seen in their eps, culminating in this first full-length album. Truly beautiful, the soft delivery ... Yes, another recommendation for The Clientele! Released in 2003, this album is a continuation of the moody, melancholy dream pop seen in their eps, culminating in this first full-length album. Truly beautiful, the soft delivery of Alasdair MacLean combined with the gentle melodies make 'The Violet Hour' a prime soundtrack for looking out a window and doing some people-watching with a glass of Scotch. Or perhaps for a bit of reminiscing with that same glass of Scotch.

  • The Radio Dept. is a band I found out about through the 'Marie Antoinette' soundtrack, and I was able to listen to more of their shoegaze (or is it "newgaze"?) sounds online thanks to Last.fm. 'Pet Grief' is a wonderful, mood... The Radio Dept. is a band I found out about through the 'Marie Antoinette' soundtrack, and I was able to listen to more of their shoegaze (or is it "newgaze"?) sounds online thanks to Last.fm. 'Pet Grief' is a wonderful, moody little album that combines a little bit of new wave with shoegaze, indie rock and dream pop in a tidy package courtesy of Sweden's Labrador Records, and probably the most accessible release for those of us in the US market aside from ordering straight from Labrador. If you've heard the two songs off of the 'Marie Antoinette' soundtrack, this album shouldn't disappoint.

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  • An incredible album, Broadcast shows their talent with Tender Buttons. Perfect for those interested in a blend of vintage 60s sounds enmeshed with modern synths and female vocals. "Black Cat" and "Michael" are wonderful tap your... An incredible album, Broadcast shows their talent with Tender Buttons. Perfect for those interested in a blend of vintage 60s sounds enmeshed with modern synths and female vocals. "Black Cat" and "Michael" are wonderful tap your leather mod shoes to, and "America's Boy" is incredible in its use of sound in a bit of an unconventional way. Please tell this band they must come to Orlando! Or I shall be forced to see them in London next year or so.

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  • A collection of earlier singles, Suburban Light, released in 2001, showcases the lonesome dream-pop works from British band The Clientele. In comparison to their later releases, this collection is a bit more lo-fi and the melodie... A collection of earlier singles, Suburban Light, released in 2001, showcases the lonesome dream-pop works from British band The Clientele. In comparison to their later releases, this collection is a bit more lo-fi and the melodies are sweet, melancholy and ever-so-lovely. The soft voice of Alasdair Maclean is best played loud. Perfect for those who like to walk in the rain, linger next to a window darkened by the night, reminisce about a lost love, and enamoured with an aching sense of longing.

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  • The newest album from one of my favorite all time bands. Weird and beautiful at the same time. It's music that really challenges you to expand your notions of what pop music is.