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High Fidelity

High Fidelity

High Fidelity


Disambiguation: The name "High Fidelity" can refer to either the 2000's group "The High Fidelity" fronted by Scott Dickson of Glasgow, Scotland, or can also refer to the soundtrack for the movie "High Fidelity" based on the Nick Hornsby novel. Regarding the band "The High Fidelity", the following information is from their record label's web site: "The High Fidelity's eclectic pop mixes drum loops, electronics, and synths in rock-structured songs. Read more on Last.fm
Disambiguation: The name "High Fidelity" can refer to either the 2000's group "The High Fidelity" fronted by Scott Dickson of Glasgow, Scotland, or can also refer to the soundtrack for the movie "High Fidelity" based on the Nick Hornsby novel. Regarding the band "The High Fidelity", the following information is from their record label's web site: "The High Fidelity's eclectic pop mixes drum loops, electronics, and synths in rock-structured songs. On Demonstration, "Luv Dup" starts the album off with a drum sound and lead guitar right off of The Flaming Lips' Transmissions from the Satellite Heart and takes off from there, drawing from a number of influences like Girls Against Boys and Spiritualized, but taking them to through new and different pop corridors. The High Fidelity presently releases albums on Sean's own Plastique Recordings, sacrificing financial stability for creative freedom. They're released in the U.S.

by the new label Freedom in Exile. They've already enjoyed success on college radio and received a considerable press response." A full biography is available on their record label's webpage, listed in the credits for this article. Regarding the "High Fidelity" movie soundtrack, this is the track listing as it appears on Wikipedia: 1. "You're Gonna Miss Me" - 13th Floor Elevators 2. "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy" - The Kinks 3.

"I'm Wrong About Everything" - John Wesley Harding 4. "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" - The Velvet Underground 5. "Always See Your Face" - Love 6. "Most of the Time" - Bob Dylan 7.

"Fallen for You" - Sheila Nicholls 8. "Dry the Rain" - The Beta Band 9. "Shipbuilding" - Elvis Costello & The Attractions 10. "Cold Blooded Old Times" - (Smog) 11.

"Let's Get It On" - Barry Jive & The Uptown Five 12. "Lo Boob Oscillator" - Stereolab 13. "Inside Game" - Royal Trux 14. "Who Loves the Sun" - The Velvet Underground 15.

"I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)" - Stevie Wonder Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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