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27-05-2015, 11:04
Folk | Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

The Fea Street Hustle - Magpies (2015)

Artist: The Fea Street Hustle
Album: Magpies
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self
Genre: Country, Folk Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 00:49:56
Total Size: 116 mb | 313 mb


01. Magpies
02. Viceroy's Daughter
03. The Raceman's Wife
04. Came to Take Her
05. Coming Home
06. Hallelujah Child
07. High Society Woman
08. Fairweather
09. Bigger Than Both of Us
10. Where You Are

We believe in stack-heal boots, Nudie Suits, and Daisy Dukes… We Believe in Telecasters through Deluxe Reverbs… faded pastel-green shag pile carpet… cloth covered hymnals… the sexual innuendo peppered rock’n’roll sermons of Bruce Springsteen… We Believe in awkward social dynamics… the tentative advances of shy people… the pursuit of fame, wealth and stage-based glory as compensation for genuine self-confidence and meaningful relationships…

We Believe in the land that feeds the nation… the rivers, its veins and arteries… coal-fired power stations… and sewage outflows into fragile harbour ecosystems… We Believe in the inherent beauty of New Zealand’s crumbling industrial estate… We Believe in our own range of limited edition Fea Street Hustle designer merchandise, which comes with The Fea Street Hustle guarantee that it will make you more attractive to the opposite sex and gain you acceptance with the popular meanies in your school or workplace...

We Believe in jonnyscreech (one word – no dots, spaces or underscores), Sonic Meltdown Administrator and the Second Coming – follow him in all his ways… the hedge shaped like a chicken on State Highway 1 just north of Palmerston… Atari 800s… and the exploitation of endangered species for short-term financial gain…We Believe in Dylan / Cash duets where one can’t even remember which verse the other is singing… the petulant tempestuous self-centered childishness of Justin Bieber… the thematic obtuseness of Yoko Ono… and the lyrical universalism of Ace of Base…

We Believe in Dunedin winters… second hand stuff… the Red Witch Pentavocal Tremolo… Dr Seuss’ ‘Sleep Book’… and Engelbert Humperdinck… We believe in you if you believe in us… We believe in you even if you don’t believe in us because we need someone to hold on to…

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