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  • Performer: Tokyo Police Club
  • Album: Forcefield
  • FLAC: 1445 mb | MP3: 1886 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield album flac

Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield 2014 Full Album Track Listing: 01. Argentina (Parts I, II, III) 02. Hot Tonight 03. Miserable 04. Gonna Be Ready 05.

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Forcefield Tracklist.

Forcefield is the third studio album released by the Canadian band Tokyo Police Club on March 24, 2014 through Mom + Pop in North America and Memphis Industries in the UK/Europe. All tracks written by Monks, Wright, Hook, and Alsop.

Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield (2014). Songs in album Tokyo Police Club - Forcefield (2014). 1. Argentina (Parts I, II, III). 08:33 320 Кб/с 424. 2.

Forcefield by Tokyo Police Club, released 24 March 2014 1. Argentina (Parts I, II and III) 2. Hot Tonight 3. Miserable 4. Gonna Be Ready 5. Beaches 6. Toy Guns 7. Tunnel Vision 8. Through the Wire 9. Feel the Effect If you’ve ever read a comic book, watched a science fiction movie, played freeze tag, or undertaken a top-secret intergalactic space mission, then you know all about the value of a good force field

Forcefield ‎(CD, Album). Mom + Pop Music Co. LLC. MP146-2. Forcefield ‎(CD, Album, Promo). Forcefield ‎(CD-ROM, Album).

Tokyo Police Club frontman David Monks has joked that the Strokes' Juicebox and Weezer's Hash Pipe were spiritual guides for the band during the creation of Forcefield, the band's first album in four years. It's a pop record, produced like pop and structured to grant instant gratification. David Monks rarely sees further than his next crush, and the four years since Tokyo Police Club's last album have given their frontman ample time to wonder if there’s anyone out there for him. Enough to fill a room? Enough to fill a mall? he asks rhetorically on Argentina (Pt. I, II, III), the leadoff track from the Canadian quartet’s third LP Forcefield. Well, we can start out by narrowing it down to an estimate of 300,000. That’s the maximum number of people who could own both the Strokes’ First Impressions of Earth and Weezer’s The Green Album.

Tokyo Police Club surely do, and in the four years since the band s last album, our brave heroes from Toronto spent several long winters and many manic nights in their own fortress of solitude, learning to deflect that which would do them harm or lead them astray and to respect and to trust those they knew best: each other. The eight tracks of Forcefield sound like the Tokyo Police Club you know and love but somehow manage to reach a little higher into the rafters.