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    A very good example of an overproduced song. I think all the elements of the song could equal a decent song, but the "in your face" attitude of "Little Talks" just ruins it for me (also the boring chorus and the constant "Hey"). Even though it's not a bad song, it's been overplayed and I .

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    Parents need to know that "Little Talks" is a bubbly indie-pop gem likely to get hands clapping and bodies shaking. Similar to other eclectic folk groups like Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes and The Lumineers, Of Monsters and Men offer accessible, heartfelt songs with a "Kumbaya"-campfire compatibility that makes them a great band for kids and adults alike.

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