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[Listen/Download] Old Tapes- “Farewell” and “Queen”

0 Comments 27 May 2011

by Tiana Feng

“I only miss you because you left before I did…” maybe the only line in such a simple song but there’s something about the track that is emotional yet kind of calming at the same time. It’s the perfect post-break up song (and I would know) to put you at rest with a soothing soundscape that just takes you elsewhere.
Old Tapes- Farewell

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Don’t worry the band from Rochester isn’t just about the slow calming crap though. They can totally rock your world. Check out the more edgy track Queen. I can’t believe this is an under 2000 play artist on Last.fm. Let’s change this!
Old Tapes- Queen

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