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The 1975 (Deluxe Version)
The 1975
      The 1975
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      The City
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      The City (Live from Stage On Sixth 2013)
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      The City (Live from T in the Park 2013)
      Live 2
      The City (Live from Lowlands 2013)
      Live 3
      The City
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      The City (Covered by Justin Patrick)
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      The City (Covered by Drew Scheuer)
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      The City (Covered by Mark Stokes)
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      The City (Covered by Jake Rivers)
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      The City (Covered by SAM KAY)
      User Cover 5
      M.O.N.E.Y.
      Official 1
      M.O.N.E.Y. (Live from The O2, London 2017)
      Live 1
      M.O.N.E.Y.
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      M.O.N.E.Y. (Remixed by Mike Skinner)
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      M.O.N.E.Y. (Covered by Michael Lennon)
      User Cover 1
      M.O.N.E.Y. (Covered by Cassie Willson)
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      Chocolate
      Official 1
      Chocolate (Live from The O2, London 2016)
      Live 1
      Chocolate (Live from iTunes Festival 2013)
      Live 2
      Chocolate (Live from Greg James' Festival 2014)
      Live 3
      Chocolate (Live from Radio 1 Breakfast Show Tour 2013)
      Live 4
      Chocolate (Live from Glastonbury 2014)
      Live 5
      Chocolate (Live from VEVO LIFT 2014)
      Live 6
      Chocolate (Live from OFF THE AVENUE 2013)
      Live 7
      Chocolate (Live from Log Cabin 2013)
      Live 8
      Chocolate (Live from  2014)
      Live 9
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      Sex
      Official 1
      Sex (Live from Greg James' Festival, 2014)
      Live 1
      Sex (Live from Studio Brussel 2013)
      Live 2
      Sex (Live from The O2, London 2017)
      Live 3
      Sex (Live from Alycia Marie 2015)
      Live 4
      Sex (Live from JBTV 2014)
      Live 5
      Sex (Live from OnAirstreaming 2015)
      Live 6
      Sex (Live from Bushmills Live Session 2014)
      Live 7
      Sex (Live from VEVO LIFT 2014)
      Live 8
      Sex (Live from Log Cabin 2013)
      Live 9
      Talk!
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      Talk! (Remixed by Hackman)
      Remix 1
      An Encounter (Live from The O2 London 2016)
      Live 1
      An Encounter
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      Heart Out
      Official 1
      Heart Out (Live from Glastonbury 2014)
      Live 1
      Heart Out (Live from The O2, London 2016)
      Live 2
      Heart Out (Live from Sky Arts Sessions 2014)
      Live 3
      Heart Out (Live from Deaf Institute 2013)
      Live 4
      Heart Out (Live from Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014)
      Live 5
      Heart Out
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      Heart Out (Remixed by Gallagath)
      Remix 1
      Heart Out (Covered by Twenty One Two)
      User Cover 1
      Heart Out (Covered by Blake McConnell)
      User Cover 2
      Settle Down
      Official 1
      Settle Down (Live from VEVO LIFT 2014)
      Live 1
      Settle Down (Live from Stage On Sixth 2013)
      Live 2
      Settle Down (Live from Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014)
      Live 3
      Settle Down (Live from The Log Cabin 2013)
      Live 4
      Settle Down
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      Settle Down (Remixed by Dan Lissvik)
      Remix 1
      Settle Down (Remixed by La Belle Musique)
      Remix 2
      Settle Down (Remixed by Bondiboyz)
      Remix 3
      Settle Down (Covered by Kyle Jordan Mueller)
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      Robbers
      Official 1
      Robbers (Live from iTunes Festival 2013)
      Live 1
      Robbers (Live from TRNSMT Festival 2017)
      Live 2
      Robbers (Live from The O2 2016)
      Live 3
      Robbers (Live from BBC 1 Big Weekend 2014 2014)
      Live 4
      Robbers (Live from Glastonbury 2014)
      Live 5
      Robbers
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      Robbers (Remixed by Juls Chu)
      Remix 1
      Robbers (Covered by Blackbeans)
      User Cover 1
      Robbers (Covered by BILLbilly01 ft. Alyn)
      User Cover 2
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      Girls
      Official 1
      Girls (Live from iTunes Festival 2013)
      Live 1
      Girls (Live from live session 2014)
      Live 2
      Girls (Live from Greg James' Festival 2014)
      Live 3
      Girls (Live from The O2, London 2016)
      Live 4
      Girls (Live from Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014)
      Live 5
      Girls (Live from  2014)
      Live 6
      Girls (Live from Reading 2014)
      Live 7
      Girls
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      Girls (Remixed by The 1975)
      Remix 1
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      12
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      She Way Out
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      She Way Out (Remixed by Cid Rim)
      Remix 1
      She Way Out (Remixed by kirst3ne)
      Remix 2
      She Way Out (Covered by Troy Hoang)
      User Cover 1
      Menswear (Live from Hangout Music Festival 2018)
      Live 1
      Menswear
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      Pressure (Live from Radio 1's Big Weekend 2014)
      Live 1
      Pressure (Live from Hangout Music Festival )
      Live 2
      Pressure
      Static Image 1
      Pressure (Remixed by Artful)
      Remix 1
      Pressure (Remixed by orange)
      Remix 2
      Pressure (Remixed by FFFRRANNNO)
      Remix 3
      Pressure (Covered by Troy Hoang)
      User Cover 1
      Pressure (Covered by Emily Coulston)
      User Cover 2
      Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You (Live from Bing Lounge 2013)
      Live 1
      Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You (Live from 91X San Diego 2013)
      Live 2
      Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You (Live from Music Feeds Studio 2014)
      Live 3
      Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You
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      Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You (Remixed by Fhinq Music)
      Remix 1
      Facedown
      Official 1
      Facedown
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      The City (EP Version) (Live from Stage On Sixth 2013)
      Live 1
      The City (EP Version) (Live from T in the Park 2013)
      Live 2
      The City (EP Version) (Live from Lowlands 2013)
      Live 3
      The City (EP Version)
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      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Mark Stokes)
      User Cover 1
      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Drew Scheuer)
      User Cover 2
      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Jake Rivers)
      User Cover 3
      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Samantha Kay)
      User Cover 4
      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Justin Patrick)
      User Cover 5
      The City (EP Version) (Covered by Troy Hoang)
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      Antichrist
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      Antichrist (Covered by Rory Bevis)
      User Cover 1
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      Woman
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      Woman (Remixed by V▲n Vi$ion)
      Remix 1
      Woman (Covered by JAMCEEEE)
      User Cover 1
      Woman (Covered by annika grenzow)
      User Cover 2
      Woman (Covered by Ori Black)
      User Cover 3

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Jun 20, 2019

The jewel I found, that I lost and that followed me until I found it again

A colleague of mine, who’s old enough to have experienced the golden age of vinyl records, recently said that when the modern music streaming services entered his life, he found it incredibly stressful. All of a sudden, every single piece of music ever recorded (well, pretty much) was at his fingertips. How could he ever find the time to listen to everything? Naturally, he soon realized that there was nothing to do but to accept that there simply is too much great music out there and too little time. I’m certain that every music freak out there, myself included, have been thinking the same thing more than once throughout our years of searching and finding new musical treasures. It’s downright bizarre just how much amazing music have been created over the decades. Some of it stands out and some of it don’t. Some of it sadly drowns in the ever-increasing current of new releases. Simply put, new music needs something special to draw attention to itself. At the time of the unveiling of British poprock sensation The 1975’s debut album, I found myself having too much time on my hands, and thus spent it browsing Allmusic, the online edition of Rolling Stone, Last.fm, Wikipedia and countless other sources to find new music to listen to. I wanted to hear everything. It didn’t matter if it was the complete works of a country fiddler from the 1920s (you should definitely give Blind Alfred Reed a listen) or a digital-only release of a young, upcoming hip hop MC. Obviously, a lot of the music I listened to at the time did make much of an impression and have left my mind. But the album The 1975 caught my attention and became an instant favorite. Not because it was groundbreaking or unlike anything I had ever heard. No, it simply relied on one thing: damn good songwriting.

Written by @sebzw from Eskapisten

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