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The Soundtrack of Our Lives: 28 February 2010 - Chicago

This was The Soundtrack of Our Lives’ last night of their US tour, and it was an emotional one for the fans and the band, too.

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The Soundtrack of Our Lives: Communion

The Swedish band's fifth full-length is a 90-minute double album consisting of 24 songs -- one for each hour of the day.

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Although conveniently placed within the garage-rock revival earlier this decade, The Soundtrack of Our Lives has proven to be a consistently good modern rock band

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	The Soundtrack of Our Lives: Origin Vol. 1

TSOOL went back to the studio pumped up by years on the road and recorded a leaner, faster, and all-round more muscular set of songs.

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	The Soundtrack of Our Lives: Behind the Music

>Behind the Music definitely qualifies as a slow-burner of an album. Swedish pop-rockers the Soundtrack of Our Lives originally recorded and released the disc in 2001,

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28 Nov 2002 // 1:00 AM

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        The Soundtrack of  Our Lives: Behind the Music

Ah, Sweden. Home of high taxes, red candy fish, universal healthcare, Bergman, and heavy drinking. Every year my high school would host two Swedish students—

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	The Soundtrack of Our Lives: Welcome to the Infant Freebase

First, I’d like to devote a little time to talking about schizophrenia. There are those who toss the word around often, especially those whachamacalit

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        The Soundtrack of Our Lives: Extended Revelation

Here’s one of my favorite stories about Sweden’s The Soundtrack of Our Lives: They were hanging out at home with Sonic Youth (presumably

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Country Fried Rock: Drivin' N' Cryin' to Be Inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame

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""If Drivin' N' Cryin' sounded as good in the '80s as we do now, we could have been as big as Cinderella." -- Kevn Kinney

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