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Fire Songs

by The Watson Twins

Fire Songs by The Watson Twins

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Fire Songs

by The Watson Twins

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Label: Vanguard Records
And you thought those two lanky brunettes backing up Jenny Lewis were just models. Well, they're actually twins who've been knocking around Los Angeles since the late '90s. As you'd expect, their debut full-length is a fat chunk of Fleetwood Mac worship, indie-style. It's sturdy and enjoyable, if a little meh. In all honesty, they're not good enough songwriters to be penning nearly every track. Instead, they should've covered other West Coast-sounding heavies like Tift Merritt and Thad Cockrell.

About This Album

And you thought those two lanky brunettes backing up Jenny Lewis were just models. Well, they're actually twins who've been knocking around Los Angeles since the late '90s. As you'd expect, their debut full-length is a fat chunk of Fleetwood Mac worship, indie-style. It's sturdy and enjoyable, if a little meh. In all honesty, they're not good enough songwriters to be penning nearly every track. Instead, they should've covered other West Coast-sounding heavies like Tift Merritt and Thad Cockrell.

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About This Album

And you thought those two lanky brunettes backing up Jenny Lewis were just models. Well, they're actually twins who've been knocking around Los Angeles since the late '90s. As you'd expect, their debut full-length is a fat chunk of Fleetwood Mac worship, indie-style. It's sturdy and enjoyable, if a little meh. In all honesty, they're not good enough songwriters to be penning nearly every track. Instead, they should've covered other West Coast-sounding heavies like Tift Merritt and Thad Cockrell.