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Be The Void

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Lonesome
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That Old Black Hole
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These Days
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How Long Must I Wait
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Get Away
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Do The Trick
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Vampire
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Heavy Light
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Big Girl
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Over Here, Over There
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Warrior Man
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Turning The Century
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 47:35

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Dan Hyman

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02.03.12
Most effective when the instruments do the heavy lifting
2012 | Label: Anti/Epitaph

After four albums and a moderate, but not life-changing, level of success, Philadelphia indie-pop crew Dr. Dog changed course on 2010′s Shame, Shame. They sought outside production help from Rob Schnapf (Beck, Elliott Smith) and constructed noticeably toned-down and tauter melodic nuggets. Critical praise followed; a popularity increase did not. So for their sixth and most impressive turn to-date, the Brotherly Love oddballs – now recording on their own and with two… read more »

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SquidGal

Now this is an album. In an age where most bands are churning out a disc with a single or two and bunch of filler that should have stayed on the cutting room floor, this is something you can just let play through. Worthy of the repeat button.

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No producer needed...

ChunkySoup

I love when Dr. Dog produces their own albums! Great sound!!!

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