Their Mercury Music Prize-nominated debut recalls Coldplay’s ”Parachutes,” but Athlete don’t get lost in Chris Martin’s depressive fog. Moog synthesizers and other quirky sounds lend extra lift to pint-raising choruses, and catchy, almost childish verses suggest the playfulness of U.S. acts like the Flaming Lips.
Vehicles & Animals Their Mercury Music Prize-nominated debut recalls Coldplay's ''Parachutes,'' but Athlete don't get lost in Chris Martin's depressive fog. Moog...Vehicles & AnimalsRock Their Mercury Music Prize-nominated debut recalls Coldplay's ''Parachutes,'' but Athlete don't get lost in Chris Martin's depressive fog. Moog...2004-05-28
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Astralwerks
Posted May 28 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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