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Mondays Are Like Tuesdays and Tuesdays Are Like Wednesdays is the third studio album by Swedish indie pop band Acid House Kings. It was released on 19 August 2002 by Labrador Records and Hidden Agenda Records. All tracks written by Johan Angergård and Niklas Angergård. Johan Angergård – bass, guitar, keyboards, production. Niklas Angergård – vocals, guitar, keyboards, production.
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Album Mondays Are Like Tuesdays and Tuesdays Are Like Wednesdays. One Two Three Four Lyrics. I just one more kiss boy Then i go A morning romance And i know for sure I wasn't sleepy And you couldn't tell. One two hours with you Will give me even more Three four seconds with you Then you're such a bore. I head for your flat boy I'll go home You head for your office And you stay too long If you're not present Then how will i know
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As with records like Blueboy's Unisex, Advantage is so unassumingly sweet that it's hard to feel irritated, or suspect that the sound is an affected pose. It's even tempting to make Cardigans references, not so much in terms of sound, but in terms of the consistently amazing pop songwriting (on par with Life).
Swedish indie pop group Acid House Kings, by the year 2002, already had two albums under their collective belt. But it wasn't until third album "Mondays Are Like Tuesdays and Tuesdays Are Like Wednesdays" that the band honed their distinctive twee style into a cohesive mixture of delirious hand claps, sunny guitar melodies, and late night fireside lyrics. You probably wouldn't guess that from their moniker, which admittedly recalls some obscure stoned seventies garage rock group rather than a cheery European twee band