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January 15, 2009 Energy radiates from Ian Metzger's frenetic vocals and the crashing and thrashing of the electric guitars and percussion in "I'm Not Crying. You're Not Crying, Are You?" This opening track, on Dear and the Headlights' oddly titled sophomore album, Drunk Like Bible Times, is almost absurdly infectious, with some surprising turns in mood. The album expertly delivers both a beautiful, melodic calm and a total eruption of emotions and sound.
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