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The Strokes

Juicebox

Post-Punk
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“Juicebox” is the second track and first single from The Strokes’ third album, First Impressions of Earth, released in the US in October 2005. Julian Casablancas was quoted in Spin Magazine as saying this about the song: “I remember people saying this track’s ugly, I think it’s got a great personality.“ The track was leaked long before it was released as a single. The early leaking of the song forced the band and managers to release it as a single in iTunes format earlier than previously planned. The b-side to the single is the song “Hawaii”. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ You're so cold ... Why won't you come over here ... We've got a city to love

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