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The Loveless Estate | Electric Candlelight

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Electric Candlelight

by The Loveless Estate

The Loveless Estate’s last record, Electric Candlelight, was filled with the kind of jangly, hooky, charming acoustic folk pop that’s come to epitomize a certain segment of the alt-rock world.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Nicole
3:52 album only
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2. Lips LIke Memphis
3:22 album only
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3. Consider This
3:14 album only
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4. Map the Distance
2:12 album only
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5. Last Be The Least
3:33 album only
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6. Something We're Not
2:49 album only
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7. Burden
4:57 album only
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8. Under Your Heel
3:41 album only
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9. Medicine
3:34 album only
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10. Lights From Arizona
4:23 album only
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11. Taste For the Dramatic
2:46 album only
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12. Silver Bullet Blue
4:14 album only

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"The Loveless Estate’s last record, Electric Candlelight, was filled with the kind of jangly, hooky, charming acoustic folk pop that’s come to epitomize a certain segment of the alt-rock world. With music and lyrics by Atascadero’s Donny Strauss, the then-duo with Christopher Day delivered a dozen tracks that waste little time getting under your skin."
(Slo New Times, 2010)

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