Just Trying To Be Cool - Phoenix - Bankrupt! (CD, Album)

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  1. Cool I’m just trying to be cool It’s all because of you So tonight ain’t better too We’re all gone. Oh girlfriend business says it all You can’t go wrong Is innocence a word where you’re from? Tell me that you want me Tell me that you want it all. Two dozen pink and white binoculars Why, why I got no problems to show To part-time. Reply
  2. Trying To Be Cool Drums – Laurent D'Herbécourt: A5: Bankrupt! Phoenix: Bankrupt! ‎ (CD, Album) Loyauté does the mp3 card include the deluxe album material or just the regular album? Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release. Reply
  3. Apr 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bankrupt! on Discogs. Label: Loyauté - ,Glassnote (2) - ,Atlantic - • Format: 2x, CD Album, Deluxe Edition • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Indie Rock, Pop Rock. Reply
  4. About Trying to Be Cool "Trying to Be Cool" is a song by the French band Phoenix from their fifth album Bankrupt!. It was released as the second single from the album on 8 July The official remix features R. Kelly. The song became Phoenix's third top-ten hit on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, after "" and "Lisztomania". Reply
  5. Genre Indie Progressive House Comment by mafiasco. I miss old Chainsmokers. TZ Comment by zosia em. i smoked pot once now im gay. TZ. Reply
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    Listen to your favorite songs from Bankrupt! by Phoenix Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Reply
  7. Bankrupt! Entertainment Percussion – Cameron Kennedy, Michael Askill, Rebecca Lloyd-Jones, Steph Mudford: The Real Thing: S.O.S. In Bel Air: Trying To Be Cool Drums – Laurent D'Herbécourt: Bankrupt! Drums – Bastien Vandevelde Flute – Cedric Plancy Percussion – Cameron Kennedy, Michael Askill, Rebecca Lloyd. Reply
  8. Apr 23,  · Phoenix stuck to the same formula when structuring this album with a peak track mid way, although the difference being where Wolfgang tended to peater out in my opinion after 'Love like a Sunset, Pt.2', Bankrupt remained consistently fun and enjoyable throughout (although I did find the track 'Bankrupt!' a little too experimental and a bit of a /5(). Reply

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