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Haiku Reviews: David Cross, Sleigh Bells, Band of Horses



David Cross

Bigger and Blackerer

David is the best

Even without Mr. Show

Plenty of drug jokes


Sleigh Bells


These guys are clearly

No strangers to M.I.A.

Brings the noise—okay!


Band of Horses

Infinite Arms

That orchestral pop

Those voices in harmony

Make for solid songs

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