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|3.||"The Party Line"|
|1.||"The Power Of Three"|
|2.||"The Cat With The Cream"|
|3.||"Enter Sylvia Plath"|
|1.||"The Everlasting Muse"|
|3.||"Ever Had A Little Faith?"|
|1.||"Play For Today"|
|2.||"The Book Of You"|
|3.||"Today (This Army's For Peace)"|
The Glasgow-based indie-pop mainstays have continually challenged themselves throughout their life as a band, and Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance is another step forward, again proving themselves to be not as easily pigeonholed in the insular worlds of twee indie as their detractors might have imagined when they emerged as a cult concern in the late '90s. "Enter Sylvia Plath" even takes their trademark stylings to the dancefloor, no less than a disco stomper redolent of a more bookish Hot Chip, whilst "The Party Line" is proof positive that their pop muscles can be formidable when flexed. A charming collection for diehards and new converts alike.
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