While the band’s name may evoke some rather harsh imagery, it’s clear the happy-go-lucky electric ’80s are what truly inspire IATWTC. The duo’s newest manages to soak up every last piece of sugary-sweet synth-pop from the drum-machine-laden era. Too bad they couldn’t put it to better use than a record full of drab Casio ditties. Who knew there was such a thing as too much Blondie and Berlin?
The Cover Up While the band's name may evoke some rather harsh imagery, it's clear the happy-go-lucky electric '80s are what truly inspire IATWTC. The duo's newest...The Cover Up While the band's name may evoke some rather harsh imagery, it's clear the happy-go-lucky electric '80s are what truly inspire IATWTC. The duo's newest...2004-07-09
Producer (group): Gammon
Posted July 9 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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