Bombay Bicycle Club - Flaws
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Based on 11 reviews
2010 Ratings: #566 / 859
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Based on 37 ratings
2010 Ratings: #184
July 12, 2010 / Release Date
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PopMatters

Named after a bourgeois curry franchise, Bombay Bicycle Club made quite a stir a few years ago with EPs The Boy I Used to Be and How We Are. These records issued the band’s signature sound, and were as creamy white and tempered as those restaurants’ interiors. There was a politeness to them, perhaps a lack of bite. It turns out that this has been the band’s staple ever since, but there was also a restless creativity to those EPs that helped to push them to the top of the UK Indie Charts.

84
Their acoustic output is amazing, mostly because the guitars, which are simply amazing throughout all their discography, are at focus here
unproductiveman
70
Damm fine collection of songs, and beautifully performed.
tha138
68
Taking an introspective turn, they discover their acoustic side and it looks like they feel at ease.
cwmDJ
58
yawn inducing album of acoustic songs, OK but boring
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#33/DIY

Track List

  1. Rinse Me Down 
  2. Many Ways 
  3. Dust On The Ground 
  4. Ivy & Gold 
  5. Leaving Blues 
  6. Fairytale Lullaby 
  7. Word By Word 
  8. Jewel 
  9. My God 
  10. Flaws 
  11. Swansea

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