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Don't Carry It All

From the Album The King Is Dead
January 18, 2011 | Format: MP3

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The title says it all ...

This song is so perfect in every regard ... lyrics, instrumentation, arrangement, and message. Simply breathtakingly beautiful.

It might be the most perfect song I've heard since Train - Drops of Jupiter (minus the tae-bo reference which was ill-advised with such an otherwise timeless track imho). And that was a whole lot of 'songs ago' for me ;)

The whole album is quite good as well (if this song is a 10, then Rise to Me is a 9.5), but you must own at least this track.
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This song sounds amazingly like Arcade Fire's "Wake Up". It's a good song, probably even a great song, but I was honestly a little put off when less than a second of the album had played and I was instantly reminded of a big hit from a mildly comparable band. So with that aside, give it a listen, and it should still bring a smile to your face.
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By E. Phillips on September 9, 2012
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This song was #10 on Rolling stones list of the 50 greatest songs of 2011. a fair indication of how their sound has evolved in the past Five years since their previous success with great tunes such as 'Summersong' and 'oh valencia'.
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