Christina Martin | Pretty Things

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Pretty Things

by Christina Martin

Christina's 2002 Debut Album. Featuring 'Always Rain' and 'Stronger' from the British-Canadian TV Drama Series Sex Traffic.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Stronger
2:57 $1.29
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2. Stay Awhile
3:41 $1.29
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3. Pale Moon
4:45 $1.29
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4. My Red Wine
4:56 $1.29
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5. Questions
2:19 $1.29
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6. I'll Do for You
3:28 $1.29
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7. Harsh Words
5:52 $1.29
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8. Pretty Things
3:52 $1.29
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9. Always Rain
2:32 $1.29
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10. I Have a Heart
5:13 $1.29
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11. Like I Do
4:19 $1.29
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12. It's Too Late
5:57 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Christina Martin is a multi-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter whose style has been described as an effortless union between Americana and Pop/Rock.

Raised on Canada’s East Coast, Martin moved to Austin, Texas in the summer of 1999. In the fall of ’99 she moved to Salzgitter, Germany where she collaborated on a commercial pop project, marking her first experience singing in a professional studio. In May 2000 she returned to Austin to explore performing and song writing. Following her role as supporting vocalist and dancer for the Austin high-energy rock band Young Heart Attack in 2001, Martin launched her solo career in 2002 with an opening slot for Wilco and her debut album Pretty Things (Produced by Darwin Smith). Shortly after the album’s release, she moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia and had her first commercial success when two of her songs were placed in the award-winning British-Canadian two-part drama Sex Traffic (2004) and in the TV drama series Snakes and Ladders (2004).

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