Low Without Sound E.P.

Trap 2

Cat. No: BU032
UK release date: 06/06/2005
Formats: CD, LTD12
Status: Limited Stock
  1. Welcome To The Zoo
  2. Low Without Sound
  3. The Reason Is This
  4. More Fool You (Parts I & II)

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Impressing audiences with their groove-led exuberance, TRAP2 made a name for themselves as one of 2005’s hotly tipped new bands. A dose of Led Zeppelin, a rockier Stone Roses and a pinch of early Verve – it’s this hard to pigeon hole sound that has impressed the likes of Xfm’s John Kennedy and 2004’s big success story, Kasabian, who re-mixed Welcome To The Zoo…

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