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Jinx

Jinx

Artist: Weekend

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Digital Album: $9.99
Jinx
Jinx

Artist: Weekend
MP3
1. Mirror
$0.99
2. July
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3. Oubliette
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4. Celebration, Fl
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5. Sirens
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6. Adelaide
$0.99
7. It's Alright
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8. Rosaries
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9. Scream Queen
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10. Just Drive
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11. Siobhan
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Slumberland
Rel. Date: 07/23/2013
UPC: 749846018328

More Info:

The band spent most of 2012 writing, recording, and painstakingly mixing the 10 songs that comprise Jinx with Monte Vallier at Ruminator. During this time, Weekend relocated cross-country to the already heavily saturated Brooklyn music scene. The trio had collectively grown weary of the trappings of home. Durkan states, "Feeling at home is evidence of stagnation and so I'm happy to say New York still feels alien to me." Despite the drastic change of scenery, he maintains "Geographically-based music scenes are for the most part defunct due to the internet but I don't think we'll ever be part of any scene. We stand on our own."

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