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|2.||"There" (feat James Yuill)|
|3.||"Mind" (feat Rosalie)|
|4.||"Wave" (feat ZENSOFLY & Maxville - album version)|
|5.||"Yi Fang" (feat Taco Hemingway)|
|6.||"One Plus You" (feat Kiddy Smile & Rouge Mary)|
|8.||"Never Go Down" (feat WhoMadeWho)|
|9.||"This Feels Real"|
|11.||"Moments Turn To Hours"|
|12.||"Would You Believe" (feat Jono McCleery)|
|13.||"Water" (feat Egle Sirvydyte)|
|14.||"Last Song For Berlin"|
According to Catz 'N' Dogs, their new album "Friendship" was inspired by the role friends, collaborators and partners have played in their runaway success. There's certainly a warm, fuzzy and loved-up feel throughout, with the pair making great use of some top-drawer guest vocalists and collaborators (see James Yuill's fine vocals on deep breakbeat-pop jam "There", the deep house/two-step garage fusion of Zensofly and Maxville hook-up "Wave" and the sun-kissed indie-dance shimmer of WhoMadeWho collaboration "Never Go Down"). Intriguingly, there are just as many sofa-bound sound diversions (skewed hip-hop, downtempo pop and so on) as riotous dancefloor excursions (the piano-happy "New Love" being the standout), making for an accessible and hugely entertaining set that rewards repeat listens.
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