Find The Beat Again

Album: The Incredible Machine (2010)

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  • Nettles reminds the heavy-hearted on this joyous track that nothing lasts forever, while her Sugarland partner Kristian Bush's siren-like guitar sound - a technique he adapted from English punk band The Clash - pushes the song toward its climax.

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