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Spitting Out Miracles

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Coats
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Cowardice and Caprice
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Julie
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Spitting Out Miracles
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Ceiling Roses
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In The Mystery
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Season Ticket to a Bad Place
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Bury Your Love Like Treasure
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Days of 49
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Teaching English Through Sex and Death
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Winter Sun
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What Do You Mean (What I Said)
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Do The Dead Know What Time It Is?
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 49:05

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alextorres

I didn't enjoy this very much but may try another of their albums to see if it's any better: I wasn't able to get enough melody from this and the instrumentation wasn't to my liking.

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All-Time Fav

quiteQuacky

This is simply one of my favorite albums of all time. I'll never forget the day I pulled this album out of the stacks at my college radio station and dropped the needle on "Teaching English Through Sex And Death" for the first time. Think of the Pogues with an artsy-fartsy beat poet leading the way instead of a drunken Shane McGowan. Dense, folksy, utterly unique.

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Spitting Out Miracles is the first American release from the Blue Aeroplanes; keeping one foot firmly in British folk, the record also draws on psychedelia, rock and pop traditions to support songwriter Gerard Langley’s thoughtful, cautionary tales of love and politics. An engaging effort, it features the underground hit “Bury Your Love Like Treasure” along with an interpretation of Kenneth Patchen’s “Do the Dead Know What Time It Is?” – Jason Ankeny