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Seasons Of Your Day

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In the Kingdom
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California
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I’ve Gotta Stop
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Does Someone Have Your Baby Now?
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Common Burn
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Seasons of Your Day
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Lay Myself Down
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Sparrow
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Spoon
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Flying Low
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 50:06

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Andrew Perry

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09.24.13
Mazzy Star, Seasons Of Your Day
2013 | Label: Rhymes of an Hour Records

Like a chimera in languorous opposition to earthly indie-rock, Mazzy Star was a beguiling apparition in an age of grubby grunge. Touring rarely and dispensing three-yearly studio albums out of the blue, they were an enigma in an era that rewarded only rock’s growlers, grafters and insatiable self-promoters.

Though they wound up on Capitol Records, their one hit, ’93′s “Fade Into You,” only seemed to define their elusiveness, thanks to David Roback’s hazy acoustic strum and… read more »

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Seasons of your Day

warhead

Loved the Common Burn single.. had to see what else was in store with this release. So delicious. They are true to form, and feel like they never went away.

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OH HOPE..

xim

Luv me sum Mazzy... & everything Hope! Great to finally get the album, after having enjoyed the singles..& mos def worth the wait! Just hope I can catch a show now!.. in FL?!?...if u plz, Hope ; )

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