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TV En Français

We Are Scientists

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1
What You Do Best
We Are Scientists
3:21
2
Dumb Luck
We Are Scientists
2:41
3
Make It Easy
We Are Scientists
4:25
4
Sprinkles
We Are Scientists
3:47
5
Courage
We Are Scientists
2:28
6
Overreacting
We Are Scientists
3:36
7
Return the Favor
We Are Scientists
3:14
8
Slow Down
We Are Scientists
3:25
9
Don't Blow It
We Are Scientists
3:54
10
Take an Arrow
We Are Scientists
3:39
Total Playing Time    34:30
"When they dare to offer ballads like ‘Courage’, and the Beach Boys channelling ‘Don’t Blow It’, We Are Scientists show that they are an act who don’t want to be taken too seriously, but are musicians who are serious about their career."
- John Daniel Bull, The Line of Best Fit

We Are Scientists are known for their absurdist and hilarious online presence and their tight, polished sound. While TV en Français isn't exactly humorous, the strictly pop-structured songs coupled with roaring guitar and crashing cymbals establish WAS as veterans of Manchester rock.
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