Pagans in Vegas is the sixth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Metric, which was released on 18 September The first single, "The Shade", was. Pagans in Vegas is Metric's slinkiest, slickest album to date. The binary between authenticity and artificiality has remained a perennial interest for the Toronto-based musician, and it comes up yet again on her band Metric's latest album Pagans In Vegas with zero subtlety. “I want it all!” Emily Haines sings on “The Shade,” a surging love song from this Canadian band's sixth album. Such wide-eyed directness is a.
Metric has been around for a long time, and Fantasies is the album that drew me in the hardest. From "Gold Girls Guns" to "Stadium Love," it placed Metric firmly. Metacritic Music Reviews, Pagans in Vegas by Metric, The sixth full-length studio release for the Canadian indie rock band is its first in three. But, after listening to Pagans in Vegas, it would seem that the indie world (and even a good chunk of the mainstream itself) has caught up or.
Pagans in Vegas is not a stadium-sized album, but it's also not an overly intimate or reserved work. After the red-blooded career highlight that. Canadian synth-rock stylists Metric will release their sixth studio album, Pagans in Vegas, on September 18, but the New York Times is. Find a Metric - Pagans In Vegas first pressing or reissue. Complete your Metric collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.