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Undress

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Murder Of Birds (Undressed)
Artist: Jesca Hoop featuring Guy Garvey
4:53
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The Kingdom (Undressed)
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Whispering Light (Undressed)
Artist: Jesca Hoop featuring Willy Mason
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Four Dreams (Undressed)
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Bed Across The Sea (Undressed)
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Feast Of The Heart (Undressed)
Artist: Jesca Hoop featuring Erika Wennerstrom
3:47
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Tulip (Undressed)
5:23
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Hunting My Dress (Undressed)
Artist: Jesca Hoop featuring Sam Beam
4:45
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Angel Mom (Undressed)
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City Bird (Undressed)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 44:44

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eMusic Features

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New This Week: Jesca Hoop, Nile, & More!

By Jayson Greene, Senior Editor

It's a very light release week, due to the holiday, but as always, going through the full list of releases turned up a few things. Let's talk about them: Jesca Hoop, The House That Jack Built – The uncanny alt-pop of the woman who was once Tom Waits's nanny is coolly enigmatic enough that Waits called it "a four-sided coin." We agree wholeheartedly with whatever that means. Check out the interview Andrew Perry did with Jesca;… more »

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Interview: Jesca Hoop

By Andrew Perry, Contributor

"There's nothing like a broken arm to win your love," coos Jesca Hoop in one of the countless astonishing images from her latest, third album, The House That Jack Built. The Californian singer-songwriter majors in forward-looking, supremely-crafted pop, always with a sublime melody and lyrical twist, which leaves you either hanging off a cliff or just scratching your head. And so you keep coming back for more. Hoop comes well recommended, too. After escaping from her… more »

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Who Is…Emily Wells

By Laura Studarus, Contributor

A sweet-voiced chanteuse with a penchant for the Notorious B.I.G. and a record collection full of Nina Simone, there's no easy way to pigeonhole Emily Wells. Tracing the entomology of her music's toy pianos, bells, guitars and looped violins would be a Herculean task — with roots in her high school infatuation with jazz, hip-hop and her parents well-trod record collections. Unafraid of reinvention, Wells's third full-length Mama contains hints of her folk-friendly debut Beautiful Sleepyhead… more »