Like “Daft Punk is Playing at My House” and “North American Scum” before it, “Drunk Girls” was a great, albeit predictable lead-in party single from LCD Soundsystem. Releasing the fun, accessible tune first has been a long-proven, working formula that James Murphy’s DFA have employed for years, and it almost always gets the job done. While this formula hasn’t failed LCD Soundsystem yet, they always have a back-up in stock to blow your face off the way “All My Friends” did. (read more…)
On Deck: LCD Soundsystem
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