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Rhapsody Originals

by Peter Bjorn and John

Rhapsody Originals by Peter Bjorn and John

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Rhapsody Originals

by Peter Bjorn and John

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Label: Almost Gold Recordings
Raise your hands if you've had the whistled bit from "Young Folks" stuck in your head for months. OK, now wave 'em around like you just don't care, because not only do PBandJ have other good tunes (no, really), they've put together this EP of live recordings of a few of them just for Rhapsody. It does include a friendly version of "Young Folks" -- don't say we didn't warn you. But it's also got great recordings of jaunty, harmonica-and-harpsichord pop tune "Paris 2004" and the hooted proto-soccer stadium rocker (watch out U2!) "Objects of My Affection." The hoot is the new whistle!

About This Album

Raise your hands if you've had the whistled bit from "Young Folks" stuck in your head for months. OK, now wave 'em around like you just don't care, because not only do PBandJ have other good tunes (no, really), they've put together this EP of live recordings of a few of them just for Rhapsody. It does include a friendly version of "Young Folks" -- don't say we didn't warn you. But it's also got great recordings of jaunty, harmonica-and-harpsichord pop tune "Paris 2004" and the hooted proto-soccer stadium rocker (watch out U2!) "Objects of My Affection." The hoot is the new whistle!

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About This Album

Raise your hands if you've had the whistled bit from "Young Folks" stuck in your head for months. OK, now wave 'em around like you just don't care, because not only do PBandJ have other good tunes (no, really), they've put together this EP of live recordings of a few of them just for Rhapsody. It does include a friendly version of "Young Folks" -- don't say we didn't warn you. But it's also got great recordings of jaunty, harmonica-and-harpsichord pop tune "Paris 2004" and the hooted proto-soccer stadium rocker (watch out U2!) "Objects of My Affection." The hoot is the new whistle!