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Midnight Organ Fight

by Frightened Rabbit

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Mitchell Jaramillo
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Mitchell Jaramillo Midnight Organ Fight is like having sex but not thinking about the act of sex. You're just trying to engulf your partner in all your love, as wholesome as you can, expressing it as deeply and profoundly as you can, no matter how "good" you are or how it appeared in retrospect. All you're trying to do is love them with all you are, regardless of how it turns out, yet it turns out to be beautiful anyway. Favorite track: Poke.
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Midnight Organ Fight, the second studio outing from Scottish indie rockers Frightened Rabbit, is actually the group's first proper album, as 2006's engaging yet slight Sing the Greys consisted largely of demos. Retaining its predecessor's raw, nervy center while introducing elements of proper, arena-fueled grandiosity, due in large part to the band's fiery performances but also to some deft knob-twiddling from producer Peter Katis (Interpol, The National), the 14-track collection is essentially a breakup album, but one that, despite its brutal and frankly disseminated subject matter, is so musically uplifting and emotionally charged that it manages to inspire, even at its most venomous.

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released April 14, 2008

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