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Modern Creation

Modern Creation

Artist: The Whigs

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Digital Album: $9.99
Modern Creation
Modern Creation

Artist: The Whigs
MP3
1. You Should Be Able To Feel It
$1.29
2. Asking Strangers For Directions
$1.29
3. The Particular
$1.29
4. Hit Me
$1.29
5. Modern Creation
$1.29
6. Friday Night
$1.29
7. She Is Everywhere
$1.29
8. Too Much In The Morning
$1.29
9. I Couldn't Lie
$1.29
10. The Difference Between One And Two
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: New West
Rel. Date: 04/22/2014
UPC: 607396630325

More Info:

For their fifth album, the Athens-bred/Nashville-based power trio the Whigs wanted to find the exact midpoint between raw and rehearsed. After more than a decade together during which they've released four critically lauded studio albums and toured constantly as either headliners or openers for the likes of the Drive-By Truckers, Kings of Leon, and MGMT the three members all agreed that they wanted to flex their muscles a bit: write some good songs, get them down as tight as possible, hit, and tear sh*t up.

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