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

CD Quick Hits, in 5-7-5 form.



David Cross, Bigger and Blackerer
David is the best
Even without Mr. Show
So many drug jokes
Sleigh Bells, Treats
These guys are clearly
No strangers to M.I.A.
Brings the noise—OK!
Band of Horses, Infinite Arms
That orchestral pop
Those voices in harmony
Make for solid songs

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Nada Surf, If I Had a Hi-Fi
Teenage Fanclub, Shadows
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