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  1. Gabei says:
    Nov 17,  · Explore releases from White Lies at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from White Lies at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Madal says:
    U.K. rockers White Lies have always had a way with big arm-waving choruses. You can hear them coming from a mile away. You can hear them coming from a mile away. And with the band’s return following three years away, a self-produced fourth album on a .
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    Jan 28,  · In “Tokyo,” White Lies have another album highlight in their midst—pulsating and galloping with its big Power Pop sound. “Jo,” on the other hand, is a proper New Wave dance-floor magnet and stage stomper—flickering with its Duran Duran .
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    Find White Lies bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - British alternative rockers heavily influenced by.
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    Nov 08,  · At 30 tracks on two LPs and dubbed “The White Album” for its blank-canvas sleeve, it was the group’s longest, most eclectic and emotionally blunt record – .
  9. Aragrel says:
    Initially formed as a “weekend project” under the name Fear of Flying, White Lies is a post-punk band hailing from West London. The band explained their name choice to The Guardian.

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