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Architecture in Helsinki é uma banda indie australiana formada no subúrbio de Northcote em Melbourne. O grupo é composto por Cameron Bird, Gus Franklin, Jamie Mildren, Sam Perry, e Kellie Sutherland.

A maior parte dos membros da banda é multi-instrumentista, e fazem sua música lançando mão de uma ampla gama de instrumentos. Usam desde os mais tradicionais, como guitarras, baixo e bateria até os mais eletrônicos, como sintetizadores, samplers, glockenspiel, sem abrir mão das batidas de palma. Usam ainda muitos… leia mais

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  • places like this is actually their best work. they peaked there then fell.
  • When You Walk in the Room, I Might Survive, Echo and April are phenomenal. Not their best album...I'd say on par with Places Like This in terms of goods songs to okay songs ratio
  • W.O.W. is sooo WOW
  • Yeah, the new album is just too conventional in its pop nature. Its quite stripped down compared to Moment Bends. Its fun, but its a missed opportunity. Hope to see them back on track with their new album in the future.
  • Just finished to listen their discography. Moment Bends and Fingers Crossed are the best albums.
  • Finally I got a time to listen to them. Oh My God, they are so amazing! Hope to see them in Russia :3
  • their new album - disappointment, always liked them being pop, but too much is too much
  • Jump In: [url=http://www.last.fm/group/Music+Advice+Center/forum/40095/_/216089/7#f20084475]100 Abstract Pop Anthems[/url]
  • When it comes to Finland and Architecture, you only need to remember one name: Alvar Aalto. Enough said!
  • sls
    I went to Helsinki in '99, paid more attention to Carol's Pizza than the architecture, but from what I remember it was nice. I hope to go back some day before total economic collapse prevents feasible cross-continent travel

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