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Tramp (Deluxe Edition)

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Warsaw
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Give Out
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Serpents
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Kevin's
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Leonard
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In Line
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All I Can
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We Are Fine
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Magic Chords
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Ask
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I'm Wrong
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Joke or a Lie
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Warsaw (Demo)
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Give Out (Demo)
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Serpents (Demo)
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Kevin's (Demo)
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Leonard (Demo)
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In Line (Demo)
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All I Can (Demo)
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We Are Fine (Demo)
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Magic Chords (Demo)
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Ask (Demo)
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I'm Wrong (Demo)
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Joke or a Lie (Demo)
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Tell Me (Demo)
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Lindsay Zoladz

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Lindsay Zoladz is a contributing writer at Pitchfork and the Washington City Paper, and her writing has also appeared in Salon, Jezebel, AARP.org, Cokemachinegl...more »

02.07.12
Sharon Van Etten, Tramp (Deluxe Edition)
2012 | Label: Jagjaguwar / SC Distribution

Tramp, the emotionally candid third album from Brooklyn-based songwriter Sharon Van Etten, is a slow burn: most of the songs capture the intensity of the moments before a quietly smoldering tree becomes a raging wildfire. Take the lead-off single, “Serpents,” which begins with calmly strummed yet unmistakably ominous chords. Then it explodes into something blazing and defiant: “You enjoy sucking on dreams,” Van Etten seethes, “So I will fall asleep with someone other than you.”

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2012 Breakthrough: Sharon Van Etten

By Christina Lee, Contributor

[Rock history is full of albums that document breakups, but few of them are as ruthlessly recounted as the one that inspired Sharon Van Etten's devastating third album, Tramp. Beating her fretboard into a spear, Van Etten attacks the loutish ex-boyfriend who ridiculed her and undermined her self-confidence, fully exploring the rage and hurt and uncertainty that accompanies an abusive relationship. eMusic's Christina Lee talked with Van Etten in February about the album's origins.] "Basically my… more »