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Arabia Mountain

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Family Tree
2:36  
02
Modern Art
2:04  
03
Spidey's Curse
2:49  
04
Mad Dog
2:03  
05
Mr. Driver
2:50  
06
Bicentennial Man
2:19  
07
Go Out And Get It
1:56  
08
Raw Meat
1:48  
09
Bone Marrow
2:53  
10
The Lie
3:14  
11
Time
2:46  
12
Dumpster Dive
2:23  
13
New Direction
2:30  
14
Noc-A-Homa
2:00  
15
Don't Mess Up My Baby
2:46  
16
You Keep On Running
4:25  
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 41:22

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For more than 10 years, Austin L. Ray has been writing about entertainment and culture. He's sat in a dark tent with Zach Galifianakis, walked Savannah, Ga.'s s...more »

05.08.11
A little guidance, a little reining in
Label: PHI Group Inc / The Orchard

"I've been looking in a new direction," Black Lips bassist Jared Swilley sings on one of the many highlights of his band's sixth studio album, Arabia Mountain. It shows. Black Lips might be best known for the lip-locking, fluid-spraying onstage antics that perfectly accompany — but also tend to outshine — their catchy, rough-and-tumble Nuggets-inspired garage sound. But coupled with the act's coming of age, Arabia — a collaboration with producer Mark Ronson, who's… read more »

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