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Under The Cover of Darkness — The Strokes

Keegan Swenson

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This song, vintage Strokes, recalls the days of their debut album, an undisputed masterpiece. Casablanca’s vocals sound as nasally as ever, Albert Hammond, Jr.’s guitar riff exhibits outrageous accessibility, and the band even vocally harmonizes. The Strokes, ladies and gentlemen, return in full force.

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Under The Cover of Darkness — The Strokes