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“I wanna shake up your system/I wanna rattle your bones/I wanna take you to the stars/And then I’ll leave you alone.” “Farther Down”

Like their name, Neon Trees are a combination of slick pop hooks and sturdy organic rock, both melodic and hard-hitting, their anthems of adolescent angst, longing, love lost and found, delivered with the kind of ... Read more in Amazon's Neon Trees Store

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  • Audio CD (April 22, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B00IVNSGN6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,064 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It is very upbeat and fun.
chase-1
I really like this album, it is one of the few current album I can listen to all the way through.
Kegan C.
Still a beautifully great song to listen while remembering a lover from the past.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By robhartjr on April 24, 2014
Format: Audio CD
I remember when I first heard Neon Trees infectious breakout song "Animal" way before it became a huge hit. I'm not trying to sound hipster or anything though. Well I liked the song enough to buy their debut album. It was a nice collection of songs. I just felt it didn't feel like a complete album with only 8 songs even if most of them were gems. It was a good soundtrack to a portion of my senior year in High School though. Then two years later, their song "Everybody Talks" was released to promote their second album. Many will disagree, but I personally hate that song. I thought it was annoying and was trying too hard to be like "Animal". I never bought the second album, but I still gave it a listen. I was so surprised at how great most of the rest of the album was. It had amazing throwback sounds to the 80s synth and new wave hits. Some songs brought to mind Michael Jackson and some brought to mind Queen. I felt like they chose the wrong song to be the face of the album, even if it became popular enough to save them from being one hit wonders. So then in 2014 they release their song "Sleeping with a Friend" and I thought it was their best lead single for an album so far, but I wasn't really excited for the new album. Well the album came out, and I just impulsively bought it anyways needing something new to jam to. Well here is a track by track review of the outcome.

1. Love in The 21st Century: At first I wasn't impressed at all with this song. It was poppy and catchy, but it just didn't click with me. Its not a horrible song. It was just too bubble gum for me. I'm sure it could possibly grow on me, if I even decide to give it more than a few listens. I'll try. But for now, this has to be their worst song alongside "Everybody Talks" in my personal opinion.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. White on May 23, 2014
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Another fun album of songs from Neon Trees. This album took longer to grow on me than the first two did, but now I often wake up with one of the songs in my head. My favs are Text Me in the Morning, Love in the 21st Century, and First Things First (which is a slightly different sound for them, but catchy in another way). Make sure you see them live, too. They are AMAZING!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lady V8SS on April 22, 2014
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I have never purchased any music by Neon Trees until the single, "Sleeping with a Friend". I absolutely love that song! I heard the entire CD on iTunes the day before it was released, and I love all the songs except one, but I may grow to like that one in time. But the whole CD is just wonderful! If you like Neon Trees, then you're gonna love their new CD, Pop Psychology!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ET on May 30, 2014
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Pop Psychology is explosive, the sound is coherent, yet the music is addictive. The first time I listened to the album I found it was just ok, there were a few stand outs, including 'Love in 21st century', 'Sleeping with a friend', 'Text me in the morning' but after listening to the album a few times the music really stick with your head and it is one of those feel great let's move your body kinda music that you find yourself wanting more Neon Trees. "Voices in the Wall' is another great song that put a more serious spin to the light hearted album. I don't remember when was the last time I can listen to the whole album without skipping a song, but Pop Psychology is one of those album that you just can't get enough of.
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Neon Trees make flashy 80's inspired pop in primary colors. Lot's of flash, plenty of synth-buzz and jittery guitars, all sung over big hooks and plenty of melodies. They proved that they were capable of writing a radio ready song with "Everybody Talks," a song catchy enough to get covered by the cast of Glee. Unfortunately, that song set the bar high enough that expecting the new "Pop Psychology" to be more of that kind of flawless pop. Unfortunately, they fall short.

Not for a lack of trying. The first three songs are mighty fine pop tunes, and "Sleeping With A Friend" comes closest to the effervescence of "Everybody Talks," while "Text Me In The Morning" is goofy enough to cling to the roof of your brain. There's a duet in the form of "Unavoidable" that's pretty good, as well.

But that leaves the rest of the disc, Most of it is indistinguishable from much of the many bands worshiping at the alter of 80's new wave, and lead singer Tyler Glenn chirps his way through "Pop Psychology" like every song has to be drilled in your head through sheer force of his happy singing style, For one or two songs, it's OK, but after a bit you want him to change it up a little. You're all but ready to beg him to show a little angst or something.

"Pop Psychology" ends with one more plea for together. "First Things First" is a peppy song about putting your needs to the front of your life, to "get what you deserve." Neon Trees, to the very end, want you to enjoy themselves and yourself. Not a bad message, but there's too much sugary sameness and not enough by way of killer material to make the grade of the CD go any higher than average.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By rawle david ragoonath on April 22, 2014
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As a long time fan of Neon Trees I can safely say that any fans of the band will certainly love this album. "Text Me in the Morning" is by far one of the band's best songs to date
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