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Omaha, Omaha Where you been? When we meet we can talk awhile I can sleep in your dreams The night alone I've been waiting. Omaha, Omaha The saddled streets, the burro beats down my door When you say it's no love affair I will know and when we go I'll be the only thing who cares. I've been waiting awhile I've been waiting awhile I've been waiting awhile I've been waiting awhile. Here I come, Omaha Hiding out I got hot head, hot eyes, hot ticks, hot mouth Each howl, I get bigger I can't stay, I can.
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Tapes 'n Tapes is an indie rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formed in the winter of 2003 at Carleton College, the band has released four albums. First came the self-released Tapes 'n Tapes EP in 2004, followed by the full-length release, The Loon, on Ibid Records in 2005. The band signed to XL Recordings and re-released The Loon on July 25, 2006.
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At first, Tapes 'n Tapes' much buzzed-about debut album, The Loon, plays like a CliffsNotes of indie rock, serving up the shouty, snotty sound of early Modest Mouse ("Just Drums"), Pavement's laid-back angles and historically astute lyrics ("The Iliad"), and the surreal strumminess of Come on Pilgrim-era Pixies ("Cowbell"). But just because Tapes 'n Tapes broadcast their influences so clearly throughout The Loon doesn't make it a bad album. Omaha" is another standout, with subtly sophisticated drumming and lush, bittersweet vocal harmonies. However, The Loon is crafted like a true album; even if all the songs don't quite reach the level of its highlights, it all hangs together well, with appealing tossed-off tracks like "Crazy Eights" and the ound-the-edges production adding to its personality.