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Blue Skies for Black Hearts - Embracing the Modern Age mp3 download

Performer: Blue Skies for Black Hearts
Title: Embracing the Modern Age
Duration: 37:34
Size MP3 version: 1952 mb
Size FLAC version: 1372 mb
Size WMA version: 1663 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 322
Format: AU VQF MIDI AA WAV VOX
Genre: Pop Rock

Blue Skies for Black Hearts - Embracing the Modern Age mp3 download


Official trailer for Blue Skies for Black Hearts starring in "Embracing the Modern Age", a short film featuring music from their forthcoming new album.

Next 12 Exits ‎(LP, Album).

Embracing The Modern Age 09. Taking Advantage 10. Fridays After Five. First heard it on an episode of Eastbound And Down).

Blue Skies, Broken Hearts. Next 12 Exits is the second studio album by the American pop punk band The Ataris. It was released on Kung Fu Records on April 13, 1999. The album cover is the neon sign for the Blue Skies Mobile Park in Santa Barbara, California, taken by Roe. All tracks written by Kris Roe, except where noted. My Hotel Year" was originally recorded from the band's previous EP Look Forward to Failure, and was re-recorded for the album as an acoustic version.

A1 The Sitch A2 Majoring In The Arts A3 Caroline Make Up Your Mind A4 Deck Of Cards A5 Sitting On The Edge B1 Damn Those Girls B2 Old Friends B3 Embracing The Modern Age B4 Taking Advantage B5 Fridays After Five.

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The Modern Age Lyrics. Up on a hill, here's where we begin This little story, a long time ago Start to pretend, stop pretending It seems this game is simply never-ending. Oh, in the sun, sun, having fun, it's in my blood I just can't help it Don't want you here right now, let me go Oh, let me g-g-g-g-g-g-g-go. Leaving just in time, stay there for a while Rolling in the ocean, trying to catch her eye Work hard and say it's easy, do it just to please me Tomorrow will be different, so I'll pretend I'm leaving.

The Living Things' Steve Albini-produced debut is a raging slab of straight-up rock & roll. The songwriting is as terse, catchy, and rough-hewn as the Ramones; the production open and gritty - but spacious like an '80s metal album, never sludgy or muddy. Black Skies in Broad Daylight isn't a retro, New York punk record - this is a hard rock album.

Blue skies Calling on blue skies Don't take them away, boys Don't take them away Cause I'll never stop. I've been to both knees Raise my hands up to the skies, forgive me Is something out there far beyond the clouds? I'm asking help me Help me to see the world Through baby eyes and hold me closely I need a fresh start on the roller coaster Made for coasting It's time to wake up, time to make up Time to shake these memories It's time to leave the past in the past And lace up a new set of shoestrings

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Sitch Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:04
2 Majoring In the Arts Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:02
3 Caroline Make Up Your Mind Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:59
4 Deck of Cards Blue Skies for Black Hearts 5:12
5 Sitting On the Edge Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:48
6 Damn Those Girls Blue Skies for Black Hearts 5:17
7 Old Friends Blue Skies for Black Hearts 2:50
8 Embracing the Modern Age Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:13
9 Taking Advantage Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:36
10 Fridays After Five Blue Skies for Black Hearts 3:33

Credits

Blue Skies for Black Hearts - Primary Artist
Pat Kearns - Producer