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Country Mouse, City House

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Sweetie
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Italian Dry Ice
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Hollywood Bass Player
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God, Please Let Me Go Back
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Nice To Fit In
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Pilgrim
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Domesticated Lovers
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London Bridges
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 38:36

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Barry Walters

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Award-winning critic Barry Walters is a longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Spin, the Village Voice, and many other publications. His interview with Prince a...more »

11.05.09
Josh Rouse, Country Mouse, City House
2009 | Label: Bedroom Classics / TuneCore

A DIY singer-songwriter with sharper chops than the usual indie folkie, Josh Rouse hit a critic-approved home run in 2003 with 1972, a concept album that captured the mellow sounds of his birth year. The Nebraska-born, Tennessee-based nomad then moved to Spain, a particularly unlikely home for a guy who reimagines ’70s smoothies darkened by teenage obsessions like the Cure and the Smiths. Nevertheless, Rouse here manages to maintain his vintage faux-Brit vibes in the… read more »

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My least favorite Josh Rouse album

biosteak

I consider Josh Rouse one of the great songwriter of his generation. He knows how to kill you with a song... I don't know what happened here. Maybe the guy fell in love, lost his mojo and what else? These songs seem uninspired compared to his previous work. I've been a fan for nearly ten years. I love 1972 and Nashville - two of my all time favorites. For a Josh Rouse album, this one is a little weak for my taste.