The Blueflowers | At the Edge of Disaster

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At the Edge of Disaster

by The Blueflowers

"We could go on with the superlatives, mentioning the Phil Spector-ish teen-symphony heartbreak pop of "Everywhere," or the dreamy narcotic ballad "In the Way," but really we suggest you find out for yourself, because this is a great record." Metro Times
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. At the Edge of Disaster
3:19 album only
2. Grey Matter
3:16 album only
3. Almost Crazy
3:04 album only
4. I Can't Let Go
3:38 album only
5. A Little Is Too Much
4:52 album only
6. Everywhere
3:29 album only
7. Thoughtless or Dumb
3:15 album only
8. In the Way
4:27 album only
9. Captive
3:50 album only
10. Strange
3:32 album only


Album Notes
"If director John Sayles transposed They Shoot Horses, Don't They? from bustling Santa Monica to a dusty, ill-lit Midwestern dancehall, it might sound something like AT THE EDGE OF DISASTER, the fourth album from the Detroit-based Blueflowers."
-Eight Stone Press

"On songs like "Grey Matter," lead singer Kate Hinote's vocals ring out with a clarity devoid of optimism — and that's a good thing. You might imagine this song playing as you walk into some bordertown bar deep in the Texas desert, a few sad souls with even sadder backstories nursing their sweating beers.

"A Little Is Too Much" is another open-plains weeper; this is country music far from the polish of Nashville, with the emphasis on the "Western" segment of the phrase. That said, ultimately this is a Detroit record, fitting in perfectly with our town's rich history of putting its own stamp on country music, from the York Brothers and Jack Scott to Goober and the Peas (of which member Dave Feeny contributes pedal steel guitar to devastating effect here)." - Metro Times Detroit



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