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  1. Fausho Reply
    en référence à Highly Evolved, CD, Album, 5 2 9, Australian bands have what with Nirvana. First it was Silverchair, though very loud with the .
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    Combining 60s pop and 90s grunge, The Vines debut 'Highly Evolved' helped kickstart the s rock renaissance and is now being reissued on vinyl. New Releases 3 years ago Final, Posthumous, Album.
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    Label: Capitol Records - 5 2 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock The Vines - Highly Evolved (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(15).
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    Highly Evolved This song is by The Vines and appears on the album Highly Evolved (). I'm feeling happy so highly evolved My time's a riddle that will never be solved Dreamin' for somethin' reachin' for somethin' Just waitin' for the sun to carry me in If you feel low You can buy love From a payphone I don't feel low My brother Bill he work for the market.
  5. Musho Reply
    But instead of just capitalizing on that one (admittedly great) sound, on the rest of the album the Vines prove that their style is indeed a highly evolved hybrid of grungy, garage rock swagger, '60s psych, and '70s pop. "Sunshinin'" throws a Krautrock-tinged bassline into the mix for good measure, while the irresistible "Factory" sounds like Elton John and Supergrass collaborating on a response to "Ob-La-Di, 8/
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    Highly Evolved by The Vines sinsnabirlalitisyrepbeferbankra.coinfo Hailed by a growing number as "the future of rock," the Vines are more a conglomeration of the best of the past. The Sydney, Australia, quartet sounds alternately like Nirvana, the Beatles, T. Rex, and even the Beach Boys (and, at /5().
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    Read and write album reviews for Highly Evolved - The Vines on AllMusic.
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    Jul 29,  · The Vines get credit for ambition, but Highly Evolved covers so much ground that none of it seems convincing: there's just no emotional depth here. Nicholls is not yet a great singer, and his.