9 thoughts on “ I Wanted You To Feel The Same - The Radio Dept. - Pet Grief (CD, Album) ”

  1. The Radio Dept. is a Swedish dream pop band signed to Labrador Records. They have released four full length albums, and a series of singles and EPs. The band originated in Lund, Sweden. In , The Radio Dept. was formed by Elin Almered and Johan Duncanson (who were old school friends).
  2. I love how Radio Dept. songs are always sort of "hazy", blurry. "Pet Grief" is the best song on the album (n°2 for me is "The Worst Taste in Music") Cleo23on January 24, Link. No Replies Log in to reply +1 I Wanted You To Feel The Same Lyrics; facebook twitter youtube.
  3. If you like early nineties buzz guitars, you will love this album. I am guessing this band is influenced by My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, etc. At the same time, they don't sound like a copy cat band. They have their own original sound. Unfortunately, I do not like their follow up album as much--Pet Grief. They seem to have lost their buzz /5(32).
  4. Apr 12,  · The Radio Dept. - Pet Grief. The Radio Dept. - Pet Grief. 1. It’s personal 2. Pet grief 3. A window 4. I wanted you to feel the same 5. South side 6. The worst taste in music 7 Every time 8. What will give? 9. Gibraltar Sleeping in Tell Always a relief. Apr 12, | LAB | Digital, CD | Album. More by The Radio Dept.
  5. I wanted you to feel the same And did I say I liked you on the plane? I wanted you you to feel the same I wanted you you to feel the same It breaks my heart to say that when I was in pain I wanted you to feel the same But nothing gets you really It's a shame I can't believe you didn't feel a thing I wanted you you to feel the same.
  6. Jun 16,  · The dream pop of Malmo's Radio Dept. is cut from the same cloth. Their second album, Pet Grief, is stacked with syrupy pop songs, as Johan Duncanson's effortless vocals ride the crest of .
  7. And this pet grief It's just too bad I've never seen you this sad And if you need someone who doesn't talk back I'll shut my mouth for you Anything you want me to What can I say? What can I do? Don't mean to analyze you It is a double bind I can't win this one I'll shut my mouth for you Anything you want me to.
  8. In the chorus of Pet Grief's lead single and catchiest song, Radio Dept. head Johan Duncanson makes the touching if rather petty confession that the only reason he's able to withstand his jealous despair is the knowledge that his would-be romantic rival has "the worst taste in music." Well, if it makes him feel better, there's certainly no doubting his and his bandmates' taste -- like their.
  9. May 31,  · Still, you'll hear from the very first chord that you're listening to The Radio Dept. The mood is darker, more epic, grander and even more beautiful than ever. ''Pet Grief'' is the best songs Pet Shop Boys never wrote and the album you'd hoped My Bloody Valentine did after ''Loveless''.

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