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Thursday, Aug 14 2014 | 06:32
Image: 1591258 Repressed! When Jim White’s Luaka Bop debut Wrong-Eyed Jesus appeared in 1997, the unique blend of alt country and metaphysics
startled many with its idiosyncratic freshness. It was instantly acclaimed as a classic of the newly
burgeoning “sadcore” scene, a point that amused the Florida-based songwriter to no end.
From the splinter in the hand, to the thorn in the heart
to the shotgun to the head
you got no chance but to learn to glean solace from pain
or you’ll end up cynical or dead

A1
Book Of Angels
4:56

A2
Burn The River Dry
Guitar – Joe Henry
5:00

A3
Still Waters
6:36

A4
When Jesus Gets A Brand New Name
5:17

A5
Sleepy-Town
5:38

B1
A Perfect Day To Chase Tornados
6:07


B2
Stabbed In The Heart
4:26

B3
Angel-Land
Vocals – Victoria Williams
5:26

B4
Heaven Of My Heart
4:35

B5
The Road That Leads To Heaven Available from 25.07.2014
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