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What Makes Us Glow

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Life Hums
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Wet Salt
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The Cruel, the Kind and the Bad
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Seven
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That's the Spirit
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In the Black
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Everything Belongs to the Sun
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Bone Marrow
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Your Hot Knife
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The Well and the Wall
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What Makes Us Glow
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In and Out
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 39:27

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11.12.13
Psapp, What Makes Us Glow
2013 | Label: The state51 Conspiracy / state51

What Makes Us Glow, the first new album from toytronica pioneers Psapp since 2008′s The Camel’s Back, is the story of two adults who never got the message that hitting things is wrong. Their Grey’s Anatomy theme song demonstrated their comfort with cozy synth shimmer, but the press release for Glow lists makeshift instruments including “bones, egg slicers, bricks, and each other.” Luckily, their music is all the better for it.

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