Eric Vain | In Best of War & Love 2004-2007

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In Best of War & Love 2004-2007

by Eric Vain

Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Prayer For Thee End
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2. Dance With Your Dead
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3. This Is How I'll Break Your Heart
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4. Joy
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5. God Has Left This House!
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6. What Hell
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7. Queer
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8. His Children
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9. Alleluia
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10. In The Rafters
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11. Dear Paramour,
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12. Her Glory
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13. (And Stories Of) Beautiful Lives
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14. The Moon, The Stars, And The Blood On The Gravel
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15. 24 Hours, 17 Minutes
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16. Crawl
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17. Down (You Always Led Me)
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18. When Love Preludes Instrumentally
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19. Die'n Young (Is How I Want To Die)
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20. Under Our Sheets
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21. From 1982
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22. Scene One
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23. I Want You To Believe What It Meant To Be Here
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24. Statement Of My Sickened Nature
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Affecting a graceful introduction is, perhaps, not the primary concern of backwoods born Ronald Eric Granger, the now twenty-something son of a preacher man, whose nom de plume- Eric Vain- sums up his agenda as a blossoming musical satirist in three conveniently pun-worthy and cynical syllables. Befitting then, that the man who takes his own name in _ _ _ _ should audaciously release his first public debut, In Best of War & Love 2004-2007, as something of a greatest hits compilation. Is the joke on him, or is it on us? All handles (obviously) point to Vain.

War & Love smarts of a clever scoff to chin of Vain’s generation that goes beyond the musical, the lyrical. Blaspheming his way through genre, image, religion and the concept of the self, Vain exposes the core of his life and times as a sick joke worth the living. Walt Whitman’s veritable tobacco wad has found reason to dance into it’s
own disgusting habit.

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