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Unfamiliar Faces

Unfamiliar Faces

Artist: Matt Costa

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Unfamiliar Faces CD
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Unfamiliar Faces
Unfamiliar Faces

Artist: Matt Costa
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1. Mr. Pitiful
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2. Lilacs
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3. Never Looking Back
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4. Emergency Call
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5. Vienna
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6. Unfamiliar Faces
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7. Cigarette Eyes
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8. Downfall
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9. Trying To Lose My Mind
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10. Bound
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11. Heart Of Stone
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12. Miss Magnolia
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Brushfire Records
Rel. Date: 01/22/2008
UPC: 602517604162

More Info:

When Matt Costa sat down to write what would become Unfamiliar Faces, the follow-up to his 2005 debut full-length Songs We Sing, the singer/songwriter took his most treasured belongings and put them on a shelf then stared at them and just let the memories flow. "That way I could see everything that I loved," he explains. "I let my imagination wander.

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