Friday, 11 October 2013

The Best of Drugstore - album reviews



'one gem following another. As the sound of dark shadows and empty hallways, this needs to be heard.'
www.theartsdesk.com/new-music/review/bestofdrugstore



'this record's 20 tracks stand as a great testament to a band that clearly deserve further exploration. Melancholic, moving, mysterious and yet magical.'
http://hifipig.com/drugstore-the-best-of/



Show gezeigt, die sich ausschlie├člich Musik fernab vom Mainstream verschrieben hatte. Und damit auch Musik der englischen Indiegruppe Drugstore.'
http://www.curt.de/muenchen/index.php/2013/10/10/gehoert-drugstore-the-best-of/


'These 21 songs are as timeless and eloquent as they are melodic and melancholic'.
http://louderthanwar.com/drugstore-the-best-of-album-review/



'A retroactive headsup -The Best of Drugstore is a fine introduction.'
http://www.trebuchet-magazine.com/drugstore-best-drugstore/


These twenty-one songs (including a beautiful secret track) prove it by being as timeless and eloquent as they are melodic and melancholy. - See more at: http://louderthanwar.com/drugstore-the-best-of-album-review/#sthash.9lJIrb8h.dpuf
These twenty-one songs (including a beautiful secret track) prove it by being as timeless and eloquent as they are - See more at: http://louderthanwar.com/drugstore-the-best-of-album-review/#sthash.9lJIrb8h.dpuf
These twenty-one songs (including a beautiful secret track) prove it by being as timeless and eloquent as they are melodic and melancholy. - See more at: http://louderthanwar.com/drugstore-the-best-of-album-review/#sthash.9lJIrb8h.dpuf

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