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New synthwave/pop rock project by Jordan Cox and Michael Palace.

I dig it.





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Nice, not up to the standard of their peers in this genre but it's a helluva lot better than anything on the last Palace album.

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More synthwave stuff 'Go All Night'.

Me likey.



Edited by Stefan

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That's quite nice, nowhere  near par with the mighty LeBrock but nice all the same...for me better than the last Magic Dance opus.

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Nice, really like that, better than the first track. 

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