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  • Summary: The fourth album for the Danish rock duo was produced with Thomas Troelsen.

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Heart Of Stone
I get away just for a while I get to pine I get to cry Being without you You think my world is tumbling down You know the reason I can't hurt I got... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Q Magazine
    Darkly funny and strangely beautiful. [Nov 2009, p.111]
  2. Yes, the melodies are all bubble-gum lightness, but don’t worry, Raveonettes are still very dark and won’t be making inroads into top-40 radio any time soon.
  3. A pop concoction packed with twangy hooks and dreamy melodies, it sounds like a fantasy fusion of the Phil Spector-produced Ronettes and C86-era indie stars the Primitives.
  4. This is their thing, their schtick. And for the most part, bending phil Spector out of shape and dragging him by his hair through a raft of distortional devices and all the while kicking the hell out of the ‘Leader of the Pack’ is a very good thing.
  5. When things do begin to feel a little too familiar, Control manages to pull clever punches that keep interests piqued.
  6. In and Out of Control is a reined-in Raveonettes album with more differentiation among songs.
  7. Uncut
    Seductively decaddent, but a feeling that The Raveonettes are living on borrowed time persists. [Nov 2009, p.99]

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