|Studio album by|
|Released||February 3, 2009|
|Genre||Noise pop, lo-fi|
|Singles from Wavvves|
|The A.V. Club||A|
|Drowned In Sound||7/10|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|
Wavvves is the second album by the American band Wavves.
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All tracks are written by Nathan Williams (Wavves).
|3.||"To the Dregs"||1:56|
|4.||"Sun Opens My Eyes"||3:20|
|5.||"Gun in the Sun"||2:33|
|8.||"No Hope Kids"||2:13|
|13.||"Killr Punx, Scary Demons"||1:57|
|15.||"Friends Were Gone"||2:15|
|16.||"How Are You?"||2:46|
|17.||"I Wanna See You (and Go to the Movies)"||2:13|
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