Lanky | Odd Hour Work Week

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Odd Hour Work Week

by Lanky

Indie acoustic pop. Odd Hour Work Week is definitely a work of the heart - the thoughtful lyrics and contagious rhythm makes it one you won't want to take out of your CD player.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Falling Hard For the Girl
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2. Crashing the Car Is Learning to Drive
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3. How Many Pieces?
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4. Good Thing
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5. You Don't Know What It's About
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6. Everything That
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7. Why Are You Trying to Rush Me?
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8. Almost Right Where I Want Ot Be
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9. Quiet Song
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Odd Hour Work Week, the newest release from Houston via New Jersey pop singer/songwriter Lanky is a ten-song collection full of smart pop melodies and introspective lyrics delivered with Lanky's strong, instantly likeable voice. A consummate road warrior, Lanky has developed a devoted national following, selling over 3,000 copies of his debut Inner Onwriter, mostly from the trunk of his car. Lanky has received airplay on radio stations throughout the country, has done numerous live on-air performances, and his songwriting has been praised by publications such as Performing Songwriter, The Big Takeover, Houston Press, The Aquarian Weekly and Rockpile Magazine.

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A. Montgomery

This CD is one you won't take out of your cd player for months.
Odd Hour Work Week is definitely a work of the heart - the thoughtful lyrics and contagious rhythm makes it one you won't soon want to take out of your CD player!
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