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Twin Shadow


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July 31, 2012

Hipsterland has produced hundreds of Eighties revivalists, but with his leather jacket and pinupboy good looks, Florida's George Lewis Jr. might be the only one who actually looks like he could've been in an MTV haircut band. Here, he collapses Prince, Depeche Mode and Corey Hart into a richly schlocky LP, bleeding neon all over songs that would be worthy side-closers on any Breakfast Club-era breakup tape.

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