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Radiator Hospital's 'Dance Number' Is Here For Your Existential Bewilderment

Play The Songs You Like is the latest Radiator Hospital record, 16 power-pop songs that no doubt run at fast clip, but giddily stick like those stretchy hands you buy for a quarter.
Radiator Hospital's Play The Songs You Like comes out Oct. 20. Source: Catherine Elicson

Sam Cook-Parrott writes songs like William Carlos Williams writes poems. "Cut Your Bangs," "Fireworks," "Down Again" all work in sharp images punctuated by a seemingly singular

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