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Muddle in Your Bones

by Thrifter

Thrifter's latest album "Muddle In Your Bones" is a house built on a solid pop/rock foundation held together with an indie spirit that even the 'big bad wolf' would enjoy.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Founded to Find
4:20 $0.80
2. When Johnny Lost His Guns
4:51 $0.80
3. How to Kill a Beast
4:34 $0.80
4. BallyHoo
5:11 $0.80
5. Holy Dirt Road
5:27 $0.80
6. Suzy Left the Station
4:14 $0.80
7. These Dark Places
4:08 $0.80
8. One More Thing
4:21 $0.80
9. If By Light...
6:34 $0.80
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“Muddle In Your Bones” is an album grown from the confusion that we all face in everyday life. We constantly ask ourselves questions like: what is the meaning of life? What am I going to eat for breakfast? Who are the Kardashians? Why couldn’t Steve Jobs create an app that cured him of his illness? In the process of finding the answers, we find more questions. Then when we find the answers to those questions, we discover answers to questions that we haven’t even asked. Searching for the questions to these answers, leads us to question our quest for the questioning which in turn creates answers to past questions that we forgot about. Then, when we are finally able to answer the questions that we originally quested for, we realize that we forgot what the original question actually was. In the end, there will always be more questions than answers, more milk than cereal, more salsa than chips, or more chips than salsa. To quote the late Gecellamo Jacobs: “When love is in your grasp, don’t be afraid to make the moment last”.



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