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Let Me Back In
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It'll Get You There
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Runnin' Around
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All the Drugs
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Bury, Bury, Bury Another
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Well, You Left
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Draggin' Around
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I Remember You
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Dejalo (Zondo Remix) [feat. Too $hort]
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A Town Called Luckey
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Emotional
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American Wife
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Patiently
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Rest of My Life (Demo)
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About the Moon
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The Frug
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 65:07

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Patrick Rapa writes about books for eMusic, comedy for Cowbell Magazine and music for Philadelphia City Paper. He lives in Philly with this like giant bug he tr...more »

04.02.13
Spanning the band's career to create a lovely and peculiar listening experience
2013 | Label: Little Record Company / Redeye

Rilo Kiley had a Hollywood sort of beginning: Two ex-child actors somehow found each other in the smog and smarm of Los Angeles. Jenny Lewis, the charmingly idiosyncratic songwriter with a country-strong voice, and Blake Sennett, the blue-collar guitarist who cuts his pop hooks with noise and swagger, started a rock band. And the music they made together was pretty, and pretty weird, for a rock band.

But after a decade of musical bliss, they robbed… read more »

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