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Dance the Devil is the fourth studio album by the Irish rock band, The Frames. Released in 1999, it marked a significant departure from the band's earlier sound and was a critical and commercial success.

The album features 10 tracks, including the hit single "Pavement Tune," which received extensive radio play and helped to propel The Frames to greater prominence in the music industry. Dance the Devil showcases the band's versatility and musical prowess, blending elements of rock, folk, and pop to create a unique and compelling sound. The lyrics are introspective and poetic, exploring themes of love, loss, and self-discovery.Produced by Steve Albini, the album was recorded in just five days, giving it a raw and unpolished feel that perfectly captures the energy and passion of The Frames' live performances.Dance the Devil remains a beloved album among fans of Irish music and continues to inspire new generations of musicians. Its enduring popularity is a testament to the artistry and vision of The Frames and their commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in rock music.

Track Listing:
Side 1
1. Perfect Opening Line
2. Seven Day Mile
3. Pavement tune
4. Plateau
5. Star Star **
6. The Stars are Underground

Side 2
1. God Bless Mom
2. Rent Day Blues
3. Hollocaine
4. Neath the Breeches
5. Dance the Devil back into his Hole