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CD Review: Raveonettes

Observator (Vice)

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A decade and six albums into their career, this Danish duo are still capable of learning a few new tricks. They add some piano to their usual reverb-soaked Jesus and Mary Chain-like guitar assaults on Observator, but this is mostly the same retro-leaning indie rock the Raveonettes have been churning out since 2003's debut. Keep "Young and Cold," "Observations," and "She Owns the Streets" for your mix. Discard the rest.

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