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Dragonette - Royal Blues

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  1. Mikalrajas
    Nov 11,  · Royal Blues is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music band Dragonette, released on November 18, by their independent record label. The album received minor success in Canada, peaking at on the Canadian Albums Chart in December /5(21).
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  2. Kigall
    Nov 12,  · Royal Blues is the fourth LP from the group Dragonette. They continue to amaze me with every album that they show growth with both their sound and lyrics, and I feel that each passing album becomes more cohesive as a whole. I was really impressed to see Dragonette experimenting more with their sound on this record than they have done in the past/5(15).
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  3. Vuzshura
    Dragonette Royal Blues lyrics & video: I've tried every shape and size and color No boots or shoes can seem to kick these royal blues Staying sticky from my sizzlin' hot summe.
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  4. Mashura
    –present: Royal Blues. In , Dragonette collaborated with Dutch producer and DJ Mike Mago on the single "Outlines". The band also released the single "Let the Night Fall" on June 16, The band's fourth studio album, Royal Blues, was released on Genres: Electropop, synth-pop, new wave, dance .
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  5. Nilkis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Grey Vinyl release of Royal Blues on Discogs/5(5).
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  6. Mikashicage
    Four years and a difficult separation later, Canadian electro-pop group Dragonette is set to release a new album. Dragonette is a Canadian electronic music band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in The band consists of singer-songwriter Martina Sorbara, bassist and producer Dan Kurtz (also in The New Deal), and drummer Joel Stouffer.
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  7. Mauran
    Nov 11,  · Royal Blues Dragonette Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. EDITORS’ NOTES. Once upon a time pop bands would go indie in an attempt to find credibility, but now, the opposite is becoming common. So it is for Canada’s Dragonette, whose fourth album finds them abandoning edgy synth-pop for sugary euphoria.
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