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TV On The Radio

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1
Quartz
TV On The Radio
3:58
2
Careful You
TV On The Radio
5:12
3
Could You
TV On The Radio
4:02
4
Happy Idiot
TV On The Radio
3:03
5
Test Pilot
TV On The Radio
4:42
6
Love Stained
TV On The Radio
4:21
7
Ride
TV On The Radio
6:29
8
Right Now
TV On The Radio
4:23
9
Winter
TV On The Radio
3:41
10
Lazerray
TV On The Radio
3:37
11
Trouble
TV On The Radio
4:34
12
Seeds
TV On The Radio
4:45
Total Playing Time    52:47
Alternative band TV On The Radio releases their first album since the death of bassist Gerard Smith of lung cancer in 2011. Preceeded by the single Happy Idiot, the album was recorded in Los Angeles at guitarist David Sitek's Federal Prism Studio and was produced by Sitek as well.

"We've been through a lot of stuff in the past few years that could have stopped the band cold, but I'm glad we got it together and took stock of the unique connection we have between each other because the record is,1000 percent, without a doubt, the best thing we've ever done."
- Tunde Adebimpe, lead singer
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM - TV On The Radio/Girl From Nantucket Studio Masters

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