That's How We Burn

Jaill - That's How We Burn
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Based on 6 reviews
2010 Ratings: #375 / 855
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Based on 3 ratings
July 27, 2010 / Release Date
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Sub Pop / Label
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CRITIC REVIEWS

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Pitchfork

Crack the spine on Jaill's Sub Pop debut, That's How We Burn, and you'll find a collection of mostly polished indie rock. The Milwaukee band's lead singer, Vincent Kircher, has a distinctive voice that is effortlessly melodic instead of grating. Everyone in the band can play their instruments pretty well, and sometimes they even indulge in solos. At the end of the day, Jaill sound like a bunch of guys who've been practicing in their garage for a while, and are pretty happy to get a chance to put out an album on a relatively high-profile indie label-- and they are, since the band's been toiling in obscurity for the better part of the last decade.

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Track List

  1. The Stroller
  2. Everyone's Hip
  3. On The Beat
  4. Thank Us Later
  5. Summer Mess
  6. She's My Baby
  7. Snake Shakes
  8. Demon
  9. Baby I
  10. How's The Grave
  11. That's How We Burn

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