Richmond Fontaine | $87 and a Guilty Conscience

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$87 and a Guilty Conscience

by Richmond Fontaine

Folk/Rock Americana with a dose of melancholy.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. $87 Dollars and a Guilty Conscience
3:35 album only
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2. Song for James Welch
4:47 album only
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3. Kid from Belmont St. Gets Left on Colfax
3:36 album only
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4. The Water Wars
3:21 album only
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5. Moving Back Home #1
2:03 album only
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6. The Gits
2:35 album only
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7. Wilson Dunlap
2:54 album only
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8. $33.50
3:51 album only
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Mark Soares

Dark & Beautiful music
I can't bilieve there's only one review. This guy is a phenomenon - love love love this album. Fav track would probably be #4 as it is real catchy, but #1 is dark and beautiful and #3 instrumental song just takes you to another world. 5 stars all the way, i highly recommend it!
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Daniel T. Irwin

Tales from the dark side
I've been a fan for a few years. I would'nt want to hang around the same crowd as the band. Don't even want to be in the same neighborhood. The lyrics go beyond melancholy. So intense they have to be real. Not party tunes, but well worth the trip. If only to make us realize how lucky we are not to be dealing with the events and moral quandries presented here. The music is hauntingly gorgeous. Highly recommended. Repeated listening is rewarded. Especially if you like to get your toes right up to the edge of the cliff as you look over. Wanting to jump, but knowing you should'nt.
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