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Cope

Cope

Artist: Manchester Orchestra

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Digital Album: $9.99
Cope
Cope

Artist: Manchester Orchestra
MP3
1. Top Notch
$1.29
2. Choose You
$1.29
3. Girl Harbor
$1.29
4. The Mansion
$1.29
5. The Ocean
$1.29
6. Every Stone
$1.29
7. All That I Really Wanted
$1.29
8. Trees
$1.29
9. Indentions
$1.29
10. See it Again
$1.29
11. Cope
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Umgd/Universal Records
Rel. Date: 04/01/2014
UPC: 602537717897

More Info:

“Cope, to me, means getting by. It means letting go, and being OK with being OK,” the band’s frontman, Andy Hull, said in a press release. “You can cope in a positive way when bad things happen, or a negative way, and that blend was a big lyrical theme for me on this album.” While the band demoed around 28 songs in a new home studio for the self-produced album, they pared them down to a taut 38 minutes of what they term “unapologetic heavy rock.”

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