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Little Hells

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Heartpaper Lover
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Rosary
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Mary Come Alive
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Little Hells
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Ghosts & Lovers
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Brittle, Crushed & Torn
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The Hole Is Wide
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River Of Dirt
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Loner
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Mistress
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 42:10

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Beautiful

bertus

All of Marissa Nadler's albums are wonderful.

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Powerful folk

MooseAndSquirrel

Nadler's stunning voice can take the air out of your lungs. Accompanying her lyrical stories, guitar arpeggios burn deep into the listener's mind.

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Dream-folk?

cottser

This is really speaking to me. Mary Come Alive, Ghosts & Lovers, River Of Dirt especially. Gorgeous, heart-crushing music.

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