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Unrest (2) - Perfect Teeth (CD, Album)

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  1. 15 rows · Aug 20,  · Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth ‎ (CD, Album) 4AD: 8: France: Sell This Version: 9 Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth /5().
  2. Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth ‎ (CD, Album) 4AD, Teenbeat: CAD CD, Benelux: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(27).
  3. Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth ‎ (CD, Album, Promo) 4AD: A: US: Sell This Version: Teen-Beat , TBX Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth /5(19).
  4. CAD CD, Unrest (2) Perfect Teeth ‎ (CD, Album) 4AD, PolyGram Group Canada Inc. CAD CD, Canada: Sell This Version: RTD /5(20).
  5. Unrest's biggest seller "Perfect Teeth" brings Teen Beat founder Mark Robinson's affection for Factory Records and 4AD full circle: it was released on 4AD with the same beautiful packaging that label is known for, and has a lush pop vibe throughout, taking threads from post-Velvets Nico, blending it with the headlong rush of the Pixies, and stirring in some of the sort of uplifting cinematic dreampop the Cocteau Twins /5(6).
  6. Perfect Teeth, an Album by Unrest. Released 23 August on 4AD (catalog no. CAD CD; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Indie Pop. Featured peformers: Bridget Cross (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, guitar, aka_text {plastic tube} role_id aka_text), Phil Krauth (drums, vocals, guitar, piano, aka_text {plastic tube} role_id aka_text), Mark Robinson (vocals, guitar.
  7. Unrest - Perfect Teeth - tradelorbolrachan.tiolassiolulnedodarubisdilecon.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello /5(6).
  8. Perfect Teeth was Unrest's highest selling album, and was initially released as a box set of 7" vinyl records before being released in other formats such as compact disc and cassette. The album received positive reviews from Select, Spin and the Chicago Tribune but was dismissed by Entertainment Weekly who found that the music lacked depth.

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