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Vampire Weekend’s Father Of The Bride: A Song-By Song Album Review

The album that crosses complexity with simplicity, we don’t know what it is about, we just know it’s magical

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If you listen to Vampire Weekend, all your problems will go away and I must admit, for this to actually work, you must be able to tolerate Vampire Weekend’s unique sound. A…

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