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Turin Brakes in-studio on World Cafe - 09/21/2005

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Turin Brakes Find Stride on Third Release

Turin Brakes Find Stride on Third Release

Turin Brakes in-studio on World Cafe - 09/21/2005

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Set List

  • "You Can't Buy Sunshine"
  • "Feeling Oblivion"
  • "Over and Over Again"
  • "Forever"
  • "Jam"

Turin Brakes is a modern folk-pop duo out of Britain whose influences include Sebadoh, Prince, and the Black Crowes. They've recently released their third album, JackInABox, on Astralwerks Records.

Gale Paridjanian and Olly Knights, the Turin Brakes. hide caption

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The two-man group from South London cloistered themselves in the studio to make the record — a far cry from their pilgrimage to Los Angeles to work with producer Tony Hoffer on 2003's Ether Song. The result is a more straightforward approach to folk, pop and California-style rock.

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