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The Last Shadow Puppets return with their new album Everything Youve Come To Expect out April 1, 2016 via Domino. The album finds Alex Turner and Miles Kane reunited with James Ford (production and drums) and Owen Pallett (string arrangements) and joined by Zachary Dawes (Mini Mansions) on bass, recording the follow up to 2008s The Age Of The Understatement at Shangri-La Studio in Malibu. Everything Youve Come To Expect is a more open and expansive work than its predecessor, wearing its influences less obviously on its sleeve by turns the album is soaring, snarling and breathlessly seductive.
The Last Shadow Puppets return with their new album Everything Youve Come To Expect out April 1, 2016 via Domino. The album finds Alex Turner and Miles Kane reunited with James Ford (production and drums) and Owen Pallett (string arrangements) and joined by Zachary Dawes (Mini Mansions) on bass, recording the follow up to 2008s The Age Of The Understatement at Shangri-La Studio in Malibu. Everything Youve Come To Expect is a more open and expansive work than its predecessor, wearing its influences less obviously on its sleeve by turns the album is soaring, snarling and breathlessly seductive.
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The Last Shadow Puppets - Everything You've Come To Expect [Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DOMINO
Rel. Date: 04/01/2016
UPC: 887828037117

Everything You've Come To Expect [Vinyl]
Artist: The Last Shadow Puppets
Format: Vinyl
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The Last Shadow Puppets return with their new album Everything Youve Come To Expect out April 1, 2016 via Domino. The album finds Alex Turner and Miles Kane reunited with James Ford (production and drums) and Owen Pallett (string arrangements) and joined by Zachary Dawes (Mini Mansions) on bass, recording the follow up to 2008s The Age Of The Understatement at Shangri-La Studio in Malibu. Everything Youve Come To Expect is a more open and expansive work than its predecessor, wearing its influences less obviously on its sleeve by turns the album is soaring, snarling and breathlessly seductive.
        
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