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Friday, May 9, 2008

MP3 of the Day: Wallpaper

Posted By on Fri, May 9, 2008 at 8:59 AM

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In the current issue of the Weekly, Ezra Gale describes local dance commanders Wallpaper as "trashy synth-pop riding garage-sale drum machine beats as a singer wails about 'going big on the weekends' ... Synthesizers whirr, drum machines thwap, and Reed (who sounds as if he stole the Vocoder from Cher's "Believe" session and implanted it in his larynx) rattles on about text messages. If Justin Timberlake were broke and had a sense of humor, he'd probably sound like this."

So this sunny Friday couldn't be a better time to get Wallpaper's "Evrytym We Do It" to get your weekend thwapping in style. -- Jennifer Maerz

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