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|1. Dept. of Disappearance - 4:32|
|2. Matterhorn - 5:15|
|3. Young Saints - 4:08|
|4. Hangtown - 3:52|
|5. Get Up and Go - 2:16|
|6. Last Problem of the Alps - 5:44|
|7. Willow Wand Willow Wand - 3:48|
|8. Somewhere There's a Someone - 6:15|
|9. Chopin Drives Truck to the Dump - 0:34|
|10. Your Final Setting Sun - 5:10|
|11. Gimme Click Gimme Grid - 8:14|
And that says a lot considering his last album (Yours Truly) was also pretty dang good.
At its best, this album creates some fantastic music to be carried away in -- at worst, it sounds like Lytle is trying to recreate the magic of previous work.
Jason continues his incredible song writing and gets into some deeper, darker territory here with songs like Young Saints and Willow Wand Willow Wand.
If u like grandaddy u will like this due to he is or was lead singer in grandaddy has same feelPublished 7 months ago by Mark Marinelli
Jason continues his incredible song writing and gets into some deeper, darker territory here with songs like Young Saints and Willow Wand Willow Wand. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ben
Not quite Grandaddy material but getting close. I personally like it better than Yours Truly, The Commuter, more variety. Final Setting Sun and Matterhorn are my favorites.Published 24 months ago by H.
There are a lot of shared themes between this and Yours Truly, The Commuter. Both openers (as noted by a certain music review website that tends to review mostly indie labels... Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by D. Davidson
Fuller, denser and more experimental than his first solo album. To me, this feels like a Grandaddy album. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by norm01