The Reflectors | Goodbye Monday Blue

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Goodbye Monday Blue

by The Reflectors

Via Brooklyn, cloudless sketches of life and love.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Goodbye Monday Blue
3:37 album only
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2. Long Road Ahead
4:29 album only
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3. Words of Release
3:28 album only
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4. Invisible Girl
4:15 album only
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5. Get Like That
3:45 album only
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6. Cult Status
2:54 album only
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7. Freeway Sign
4:04 album only
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8. Nothing But Love
2:32 album only
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9. Cognac + Polyester
4:14 album only
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10. b. Cement
4:15 album only
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11. b. Decades
4:05 album only
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12. b. Everything Falls
3:43 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sunnyserious. Hi ho, Kilgore.

Goodbye Monday Blue:
Title track. Written and recorded in a 72 hour flurry. Have you ever had to re-write a memory?

Long Road Ahead:
So I'm writing this song in the middle of an election in the middle of an economic collapse, when the guy next to me says... Some people can turn their conscience on and off like Ray Davies' Yo-Yo. Not me. You?

Words Of Release:
Was a new track for a new year (2009). The dove and the hawk were clawing at each other again.

Invisible Girl
Written in 2002. Finally recorded correctly in the key of B.

Get Like That
mmm. mmm. mmm.

Cult Status
I’m gonna be the biggest thing in small town
And when you’re not looking
That’s when I’ll be

Freeway Sign
have you ever been really really far away from a lover for a really really long time?

Nothing But Love
I had it all then I had nothing
just like Job traded to hell from heaven

Cognac + Polyester
this song was written in 2000, back when you could live in the future. call it a love song to a pub song.

Bonus Tracks...

Cement
A Comes A Time window reflection, written in November 1993 and left alone until 2007, when the band got into a rainy day mode and dusted it off.

Decades
Don't break down.

Everything Falls
all you need is one good last
long time ago...

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