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Autogramm – Music That Humans Can Play LP


Autogramm is a synth-driven, power pop quartet from Seattle, Chicago, and Vancouver that draws influences from the likes of The Cars, The Go-Go's, Gary Numan, 20/20, and Devo. The band dedicated themselves to bringing in sounds from influences like The Fixx, David Bowie, Cheap Trick, The Boys, The Dickies, Jay Reatard, and Prince. They continued the band’s tradition of crafting new wave gems with a power pop twist. The result is a decisively cohesive album that will fit in easily to the 80s section of your record collection, with songs so well-crafted they probably deserve to be on the soundtrack of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Music That Humans Can Play explores a myriad of lyrical themes ranging from hilarious to tragic. Most notable are songs like “Love is for Fools” examining the topic of love during the time of Covid, “Born Losers” embracing failure, feeling left out and being okay with it, “WannaBe” encouraging loving one another in whatever physical forms we take, and “Why do we Dance?” promoting Autogramm’s MO: Dance like nobody's watching!
(Beluga/ 2023)

A1 Born Losers
A2 Wanna Be
A3 Hey Allie
A4 Why Do We Dance?
B1 Love Is For Fools
B2 Plastic Punx
B3 Yesterday
B4 Westbound
B5 Always Gonna Be My Girl
B6 Dive Right In

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 January, 2024.

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