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I've always been kind of ambivalent about the Raveonettes- they're not bad, but I've never been like, OMFG THEY'RE SOOOOOO GOOD.

well this song may have swayed my opinion on them, definitely. have a look yourself:




so sweet, so other-worldly, one of the best things to come out of 2009 for sure. think of a Jesus and Mary Chain for our time, or some forgotten alternative classinc from 1989. here you go. love their cameo at the end.

FACT: they take their name from the Buddy Holly song, "Rave On." woo!

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  1. I was a pretty big fan of their last album, Lust Lust Lust. This sound is pretty rad too.

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  2. The first five or six songs off of Chain Gang of Love are fucking fantastic- then you fall asleep.

    Every album after that. Meh.

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  3. I have "Whip It On." not bad! but then, not that memorable, either.

    "Last Dance" and "Love in a Trashcan" are probably my favorites by them.

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