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Morning MP3s: Two From the Watermarks' Free Thoughts Like Bombs EP

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Houston electro-rock quartet

the Watermarks

was kind enough to allow Rocks Off to post a couple of tracks from its brand-new Thoughts Like Bombs EP, which you can download for free on the band's

Web site

. To us, "I Used to Be Your Rock n' Roll" sounds like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's chocolate got in LCD Soundsystem's peanut butter, while "Face The Wall" might have been left off Depeche Mode's new LP

Sounds of the Universe

. But maybe that's just us. Either way, nice job, guys.

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