» » Indian School - The Cruelest Kind

Indian School - The Cruelest Kind Mp3

Performer: Indian School
Genre: Rock
Title: The Cruelest Kind
Released: 2012
Style: Punk, Indie Rock
Label: Animal Style Records
Catalog Number: ASR-033
FLAC version ZIP size: 1884 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1981 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2275 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 874


1Head Right3:05
3Rob Your House4:47
4Wind You Up3:41
5Cocktail Flu4:33
6High Low4:31


-100 White
-200 Red
-200 Yellow

Release Date: September 25, 2012


The Cruelest Kind - Indian School. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Cruelest Kind by Indian School, released 02 October 2012 1. Elvis 2. Wind You Up 3. High Low 4. Rob Your House 5. Cocktail Flu 6. Head Right 7. Paul Ist Rad Indian School should have been massive. The best band you've never heard of. Incredible music, vocals. So good it hurts . Listen free to Indian School The Cruelest Kind Elvis, Wind You Up and more. 7 tracks 27:38. By continuing to use the service, you agree to our use of cookies as described in the Cookie Policy. Get 10 off Pro Unlimited when you upgrade by Mar 9, 2020. Indian School. The Cruelest Kind. Alternative , jigsaw puzzles for free Home. The Cruelest Kind, 2012. Wind You Up, 03:41. Rob Your House, 04:47. Cocktail Flu, 04:33. Head Right, 03:05. September 25, 2012. Exclusive Prime pricing. Please retry. The mood of The Cruelest Kind is a little somber, but then again with a name that may or may not be a kick back to an oppressive pogrom against the culture of a people, somber may be expected. Even with this somber tone, they pull off amazing energy at the surface. I'm really happy to hear the added complexity to their music. Artist, Band: Indian School Album: The Cruelest Kind 2012 Song: Track 03 High Low Download their 7 song Ep on Cruelest Kind EP. Hopefully, you were tuning in when Audio Karate released 2004's Lady Melody, an awesomely roaring rager of Cursive-meets-Jawbreaker punk rock. If not, go get it. Its an appropriate preamble to The Cruelest Kind, the debut EP by Indian School. This particular band is more or less Audio Karate under a different name, with new guitarist Anthony Leach who joined a resurfaced Audio Karate in 2009 and pianist Eric Wood. It's just about as good as Lady Melody but in its own ways. While opener Elvis channels the Strokes with its playfully stomping, punchy ar