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The Neighbourhood 4/23/2013

Review

The Neighbourhood's debut album, I Love You, is equal parts stadium-sized indie rock and slick electronic pop with a little bit of contemporary R&B thrown in. In other words, it has everything it takes to appeal to a fan of modern pop music in 2013. Especially if that fan is into Maroon 5 and Coldplay, because a large percentage of the album sounds like Adam Levine fronting that band as they turn out one widescreen midtempo ballad after another. Adding some light to the mood are the moments when the band switches up the tempo or scales back on the large-scale arrangements. "Sweater Weather"'s stripped-down verses and almost funky beats add a little sunshine to the sound and Jesse Rutherford sounds more at home bopping along to the rhythms. ~ Tim Sendra
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 How The Neighbourhood 5:10
  3. 2 Afraid The Neighbourhood 4:9
  4. 3 Everybody's Watching Me (Uh Oh) The Neighbourhood 3:56
  5. 4 Sweater Weather The Neighbourhood 3:58
  6. 5 Let It Go The Neighbourhood 3:16
  7. 6 Alleyways The Neighbourhood 4:23
  8. 7 W.D.Y.W.F.M? The Neighbourhood 4:17
  9. 8 Flawless The Neighbourhood 4:3
  10. 9 Female Robbery The Neighbourhood 3:27
  11. 10 Staying Up The Neighbourhood 4:26
  12. 11 Float The Neighbourhood 4:17

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