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The Airborne Toxic Event - Does This Mean Youre Moving On? (CD)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Airborne Toxic Event - Does This Mean You're Moving On? at Discogs. Complete your The Airborne Toxic Event collection.
  2. Sep 17,  · But unless you're a certain French duo, homework rarely results in good pop music, and The Airborne Toxic Event is an album that's almost insulting in its unoriginality; while the sound most.
  3. The Airborne Toxic Event "Does This Mean You're Moving On?": And the funny thing is, it has no end I try to call you up, at 2am In a crowded bar, your ringer t.
  4. Riding the wave of industry buzz, the Event released their first EP and accompanying single (both titled Does This Mean You're Moving On?) in , which only helped to heighten the band's standing in the indie scene. They signed with Majordomo Records in and released their self-titled first album, The Airborne Toxic Event, later that year.
  5. In the summer of , the U.K. indie label Square Records released a 7-inch single of the Airborne Toxic Event song "Does This Mean You Are Moving On?" To support the release, the band embarked on a ten-day tour of the U.K., playing shows in London and Brighton.
  6. The Airborne Toxic Event CD discography self-titled debut album by the American Alt- Rock band. The entire album was recorded using a recording studio in the home of Pete Min, the band's producer. First single "Gasoline" was released on November 17, , and second single "Sometime Around Midnight" was released on February 2,
  7. Like many Los Angeles modern rock groups of the latter days of the s, the Airborne Toxic Event feel like a self-contained chronicle of all alt rock trends of the past two decades. On their eponymous debut, the group run the gamut from slowly swirling shoegaze, Ian Curtis impressions, and stately strummed guitars to tightly wound Strokes-ian pop and thumping disco-rock, 6/

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