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|1.||"For My Crimes" (4:14)|
|2.||"I Can't Listen To Gene Clark Anymore" (2:53)|
|3.||"Are You Really Gonna Move To The South" (3:31)|
|4.||"Lover Release Me" (2:28)|
|5.||"Blue Vapor" (3:25)|
|2.||"All Out Of Catastrophes" (2:03)|
|3.||"Dream Dream Big In The Sky" (2:40)|
|4.||"You're Only Harmless When You Sleep" (2:38)|
|6.||"Said Goodbye To That Car" (2:46)|
There's a truly undefinable yet wholly recognizable mood to the music of Washington DC native Marissa Nadler, and in places it's hard to not feel the ghost of Roy Orbison's vibrato coming through the vocals sung here. There's some beautiful duets and overdubbing to be heard from Angel Olsen on an album that Nadler co-produced with song-writer Lawrence Rothman and Justin Raisen, the latter known for his production work with the likes of Santigold, Yves Tumor and Kim Gordon to name a few. It's nigh on impossible to not be cast away by wistful forlornness of the LP and its titles alone express the deepest of melancholy blue in Nadler's music, with none more effectively haunting than the album's title track: "For My Crimes". Be brave.
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