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Dear Sir

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Rockets
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Itchyhead
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Yesterday Is Here
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The Sleepwalker
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Mr. Gallo
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No Matter
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Headlights
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Runt 6
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 31:55

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Four stars

TomServo

Four stars. Not sure why it didn't let me ad stars with my previous review.

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Emusic needs to fix song titles

TomServo

The titles of the last three songs are inaccurate. Great album though. Love her to pieces.

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eh...

sharkbait

Production quality is lacking, though it picks up some in the middle. 'No Matter' isn't bad but doesn't fit in with the rest of the album.

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For Fans Of: Kim Gordon, Lydia Lunch, early Cat Power, Zola Jesus EMA's Erika M. Anderson doesn't fuck around. The Sioux Falls, South Dakota-born songwriter, and former frontwoman for the short-lived but cultishly-adored outfit Gowns, may have flirted with expulsion from her middle school for a prank involving a dissected frog, but when it comes to her artistic life, Anderson has always maintained a zen-level focus. "If I'm going to do something," she says, "I'm going… more »

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[eMusic Selects is a program designed by eMusic to give exposure to unsigned or undersigned bands. This month's selections are Strand of Oaks and Family Band] The arresting, winter-bitten folk songs of Family Band feel like dispatches from some older, crueler place and time: a typhoid-wracked 18th-century town, perhaps, or a medieval village gripped by witch trials. In reality, it is the project of two latter-day Brooklyn expats — Kim Krans, a visual artist, and her… more »

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Cat Power’s first full-length album, Dear Sir, spotlights Chan Marshall’s demanding but rewarding songwriting. Her distinctive blend of blues, country, folk and punk creates songs like the dark, noisy “Itchyhead” and “Rockets,” which mixes tension and hope, and tops it with Marshall’s earnest, expressive vocals. Though the album needs the listener’s complete attention, Dear Sir more than keeps it with nine of Marshall’s searching meditations on life. – Heather Phares