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The Ghost of Fashion

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Let's Explode
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Long Lost Twin
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Ice Cube
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Chinese Baby
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Don't Be Afraid of Your Anger
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Evil Vs. Good
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Moment In The Sun
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The Curse of Great Beauty
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Joan Jett of Arc
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The Junky Jews
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Ancient Chinese Secret Blues
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The Ballad of Unzer Charlie
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No One's More Happy Than You
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 47:50

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Joan Jett

Titus-Groan

has intriguing lyrics and a great tune

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transcendent voice for life possible

Sonics

Your a shy kid, sensitive and at times; unhappy. Your normal in your awareness of pop culture; only, you see such influences from both angles and tend to focus on the melancholy. Sounds normal, except your gifted w/ a grainy angelic voice that makes the mundane transcendent, and in combination w/ an odd perspective the minuscule has now become spiritual.

They Say All Music Guide

A departure from the somber Your Favorite Music,The Ghost of Fashion is, on many levels, Eef Barzelay and Jason Glasser’s greatest achievement.Barzelay has turned in a super batch of songs, harvesting his strengths and channeling them into a diverse landscape of ornery rockers and ballads of transparent, gliding simplicity. Glasser’s arrangements have never been better–pushy, earnest, and bursting with beautiful details, his production swirls around and through Barzelay’s lyrics without obscuring their intelligence, and when the two men’s eccentric visions are in synch, the results are stunning. Particularly, “Joan Jett of Arc,” a metaphor for Barzelay’s first sexual experience, sparkles with innocence and humor, while “Moment in the Sun,” a typically cynical musing on celebrityhood, became the theme song to the Ed television show. Elsewhere, the charming “Long Lost Twin” makes use of a subdued rockabilly shuffle, and “Chinese Baby” beautifully remakes the band’s 1998 acoustic recording. Truthfully, some of this is probably going to be an unsettling experience for fans craving more of Your Favorite Music’s dreamy countrysides, but Ghost’s cloudy intensity is one of the most exhilarating experiences of the year. – Jim Smith

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