Twenty-Five For The Rest of Our Lives

The Henry Clay People - Twenty-Five For The Rest of Our Lives
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June 26, 2012 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Consequence of Sound

Twenty Five, even while it grasps at noise and disorder, comes together as a fully formed, mature statement of an album. 

83
A.V. Club

By effortlessly pairing clamorous aggression and thoughtful introspection, the record strikes a delicate balance not easily accomplished by the average teenage garage outfit.

68
Paste

This new album is an attempt to return to the purity and fun of their early days; to get back to the core of why they started blasting out all these tunes in the first place.

95
What's not to love? There are no weak tracks. Great lyrics. Great hooks.
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#37/Consequence of Sound

Track List

  1. Intro - Bob's Memoirs 
  2. 25 for the Rest of Our Lives 
  3. The Fakers 
  4. Hide
  5. EveryBandWeEverLoved 
  6. Backseat of a Cab 
  7. Living Rooms 
  8. Tasteless
  9. Those Who Know Better 
  10. Keep Our Weekends Free
  11. Friends Are Forgiving 
  12. Anymore/ Any Less
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