Quintessential

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John Riley
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John Riley Great band, love the message it has. Favorite track: Malfunction.
nazmazh
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nazmazh Admittedly, I do need to listen to more tracks off this album to get better feel for it overall, but "I Don't Have a Name for It" has been a favourite in my YouTube playlist for quite a while now, so that one stands as my favourite for the time being. Favorite track: I Don’t Have a Name For It.
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prime8ofthequagaars The Bennett twins are geniuses, and that's not taking anything away from Sam Luke or any of the others who have been part of the band, all of whom are amazing in their own right, but David and Isabella are on another level. Perhaps the reason they are twins is because no 1 person could contain that much talent. Favorite track: Malfunction.
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Blue Portals 04:21
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Only Human 04:25
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The Albumest Album to Ever Album!

A new album with all new songs!
Ladies and gentles, introducing Steam Powered Giraffe’s fifth studio album QUINTESSENTIAL!

The antique robot musicians are back from their interstellar adventures in The Vice Quadrant with a brand new 12-track album for your listening pleasure!

Includes Digital Lyric Booklet!

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released September 1, 2016

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Steam Powered Giraffe San Diego, California

Steam Powered Giraffe is a musical project from San Diego, California. It was formed in 2008 by twin siblings David Michael Bennett and Isabella “Bunny” Bennett. Together, along with a cast and crew filled with theatrical backgrounds, the group takes on the guise of singing antique automatons and the fictional robotics company that made them. ... more

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