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Album: Aim and Ignite
# Song Title   Time
1)    Be Calm More Info...
2)    Benson Hedges More Info...
3)    All The Pretty Girls More Info...
4)    I Wanna Be The One More Info...
5)    At Least I'm Not As Sad (As I Used To Be) More Info...
6)    Light A Roman Candle With Me More Info...
7)    Walking The Dog More Info...
8)    Barlights More Info...
9)    The Gambler More Info...
10)    Take Your Time (Coming Home) More Info...
 

Album: Aim and Ignite
# Song Title   Time
1)    Be Calm More Info...
2)    Benson Hedges More Info...
3)    All The Pretty Girls More Info...
4)    I Wanna Be The One More Info...
5)    At Least I'm Not As Sad (As I Used To Be) More Info...
6)    Light A Roman Candle With Me More Info...
7)    Walking The Dog More Info...
8)    Barlights More Info...
9)    The Gambler More Info...
10)    Take Your Time (Coming Home) More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Connie Corn, Rachel Antonoff, Anna Waronker (vocals); Neel Hammond (violin, viola); Timothy Loo , James Freebarin-Smith (cello); Phil Parlapiano (accordion); Double G (saxophone); Jason Thor (trombone).
  • Audio Mixer: Steven McDonald .
  • Arrangers: Andrew Dost; Nate Ruess.
  • While NYC indie pop trio fun. basks in an ocean of bells-and-whistle modern rock quirks (horns, odd chord changes, obtuse lyrics) on its 2009 debut AIM & IGNITE, mostly the band wears a love for 1970s rock on its sleeve. Echoes of ELO, Elton John, Queen, and even Styx or Seals & Crofts flow through the infectiously melodic songs. Nate Reuss's vocals quaver with a semi-ironic lilt out of the Stephen Malkmus or They Might Be Giants' Johns playbook, lending super-earnest lyrics like "I will not let you go." Fun. is ultimately just what its name implies, exuberant, deliberately excessive, and joyful.
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