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Cheers Elephant / Like Wind Blows Fire
Album:Like Wind Blows Fire Collection:General
Artist:Cheers Elephant Added:03/2012
Label:Self-Release 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2012-04-21 Pull Date:2012-06-24 
Week Ending:17 Jun10 Jun3 Jun27 May13 May6 May29 Apr
Airplays:1123452

 Recent Airplay
1.Jun 27, 2012:Meow After Midnight
Like Wind Blows Fire
4.May 29, 2012:meow
Leaves
2.Jun 12, 2012:Time Traveler
Doin It Right
5.May 29, 2012:Time Traveler
Doin It Right
3.Jun 05, 2012:Time Traveler
Doin It Right
6.May 25, 2012:Time Traveler (for the Songsmith Show)
Doin It Right

Album Review
kevin rouff
Reviewed 2012-04-04 
Cheers Elephant / Like Wind Blows Fire / Team Clermont / 2012

Indie-Rock Pop. Alto/tenor male vocals.
It’s catchy, has those familiar high-pitched male vocals you hear in Metronomy, Dr. Dog, and Of Montreal, and styles of Local Natives, but not at all in the boring same-old sense. It has its own touches, or maybe more so a mix of a lot of styles. Good for people who like moving, but not thrashing (an occasional toss of the head backwards). Nominated best Indie act in Tri-State area, received praise from many including Bowie, Talking Heads, and King Crimson (really?). (Still unreleased, comes out May 8.)

It’s a general listen, can be played anytime anywhere, usually to cheer up, but only a lil’ (let’s be real. Can’t get fake-happy).
Sounds Like : Local Natives, Dr. Dog, Of Montreal, Spoon, Metronomy
FCC on 6 & 7

Favorites: 2, 4, 6 (FCC), 9, 10

1: “Peoples” - Vocals like Of Montreal, poppy instrumentals, sounds like Metronomy
2:* “Doin’ It, Right” - More poppy. Very catchy (neat chorus), good song for the move
3: “Falling Out” - Very similar to Dr. Dog!! (think of Shadow People) Good stuff though
4:* “Leaves” - Touches of Local Natives, but takes its own lead. Definitely more distinctive, really nice tune, good for anytime of the day. Good listen
5: “Party On Darwin” - Different vocals, more Spoon-ish. Pure Indie-Rock
6:* “Get Ya!” - The exclamation-mark in the title tells it all: faster, funner, jumpier. Percussion rolls, vocals interrupt, and it returns with energy (Local Natives with Of Montreal). FCC.
7: “Thought And Commonsense” - Has odd interruptions that seem off in this band, but the Trumpets are appreciated and it’s definitely more interesting than the others. FCC
8: “Little Dog” - Slower, more backing vocals, more of an ending song. Has some childish voices
9:** “Like Wind Blows Fire” - Very fun, good song to give Album title. Vocals, instruments, all of it is good, makes you bob and “aaah” along
10:* “Balloon In The City” - Starts slower, but has good dreamy muffled vocals with space sounds that give a good feel of a balloon floating above a city. Almost instrumental. Good daydreaming song.

Track Listing
1.Peoples 6.Get Ya
2.Doin It Right 7.Thought And Commonsense
3.Falling Out 8.Little Dog
4.Leaves 9.Like Wind Blows Fire
5.Party On Darwin 10.Balloon In The City