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Privilege

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Paradise Is For The Blessed
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A Good And Faithful Servant
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Conscience Tells Me No
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My Hedonistic Tendencies
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All My Dreams Are Dead
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Salvador Dali's Garden Party
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The Man Who Paints The Rainbow
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What If Its Raining?
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Sad Mona Lisa
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The Engine Driver Song
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Sometimes I Think You Know Me Better Than I Know Myself
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Privilege
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The Room At The Top Of The Stairs
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This Time There Is No Happy Ending
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Part One : Fulfilling The Contractual Obligations
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 46:40

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i love this album so much!

chien

my fave of theirs, by far... sad/beautiful... more serious/less precious than a lot of TVP...

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Given that the crisp Privilege is the Television Personalities’ first studio LP in four years, Dan Treacy has every right to be in a less-than-sunny mood — songs like “All My Dreams Are Dead,” “This Time There’s No Happy Ending” and “Sad Mona Lisa” are to be expected when a fertile songwriting talent finds himself without means of recording and releasing new material. The end result is one of the group’s most personal and dark records, although the wonderful “Salvador Dali’s Art Party” — which runs down all of the luminaries on the guest list — is a return to the psychedelic name-dropping of the group’s formative years. – Jason Ankeny