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Teenage Fanclub-Endless Arcade album review.

  Teenage Fanclub-Endless Arcade album review. Endless Arcade is this Scottish institution's 11th album and the first without Gerard Love, one of the band's co-founders. But the overall sound doesn't change, there is probably even a touch more space in the overall final product. This is well-architected jangly, relaxing indie music that never chooses to dominate your senses. But that's utterly fine, Teenage Fanclub may have "rocked" slightly more back in the day, but they excel at non-challenging soundtracks. If you will, charming background music that sits between 60's pop and Americana. Tracks like Home, Warm Embrace, In Our Dreams and I'm More Inclined are the lively gems that sprout similarly on most Teenage Fanclub albums. And these types of songs always remind me of times when their signature tunes dropped at a club and you would run to get on the dancefloor. All have the key elements, sublime vocal melodies and harmonies that gel with nostalgi

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