Imagine Dragons’ latest more than ‘Smoke + Mirrors’

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“Smoke + Mirrors,” Imagine Dragons. Interscope Records. Copyright 2015. $11.88.

 Reviewed by Catherine Wiggins
Times-News correspondent
teens20@thetimesnews.com

   Imagine Dragons’ second album, “Smoke and Mirrors” consists of a unique mixture of bass guitar, guitar, drums and a little bit of trumpets.
The album itself is based off the paintings of San Diego artist Tim Cantor. Cantor designed the cover for the album and the covers for the singles “I Bet My Life,” “Shots” and “Gold.”
To promote the album, “I Bet My Life” was released on Oct. 27, 2014, “Gold” on Jan. 23 and “Shots” on Jan. 26.
The rest of the album was released on the 17th. Audio is available for all songs on Imagine Dragons YouTube channel. CDs and vinyl copies are available through online retailers and wherever music is sold.

 Catherine Wiggins is an eighth-grader at Burlington Christian Academy and a Teens & Twenties writer.

 

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