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Interprete:
Jens Lekman
Album:
An Argument With Myself
Stile:
Pop Rock
Rilasciato:
2011
Paese:
Australia
Etichetta:
Spunk
Catalogo:
URA382
Dimensione FLAC:
1575 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1043 mb
Dimensione WMA:
1394 mb


Tracklist


1New Directions2:42
2A Promise4:34
3So This Guy At My Office2:58
4An Argument With Myself3:49
5Waiting For Kirsten3:47


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SERV038Jens Lekman An Argument With Myself EP ‎(12", EP, Ltd, Pic)ServiceSERV038Sweden2011
SC211Jens Lekman An Argument With Myself ‎(12", Ltd)Secretly CanadianSC211US2011
noneJens Lekman An Argument With Myself ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320)Not On Label (Jens Lekman Self-released)none2011
SC211Jens Lekman An Argument With Myself ‎(CD, EP, Promo)Secretly CanadianSC211US2011
SC211Jens Lekman An Argument With Myself ‎(12")Secretly CanadianSC211US2011


Crediti


  • ArtworkPerniclas Bedow
  • IllustrationAxel Hugmark
  • Mastered ByPaul Gold


Codici a barre


  • Barcode: 5099972940723


Aziende


  • Licensed From – Secretly Canadian


Video



Album


An Argument With Myself - Jens Lekman. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Текст песни: Having an argument with myself down Elizabeth Street Bumping into backpackers And struggling with the parameters And the basic construction of my feet. Having an argument with myself down Elizabeth Street Bumping into backpackers And struggling with the parameters And the basic construction of my feet. Having an. An Argument With Myself by Jens Lekman, released 20 September 2011 1. However, as An Argument With Myself comes to a close the arrangements get looser, more reggae-tinged and relaxed, like a music box winding down. For a moment, the motion almost stops. For now. If you like Jens Lekman, you may also like: You Forgot It In People by Broken Social Scene. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Mar 31, 2020. Produced by Jens Lekman. Album An Argument With Myself. An Argument with Myself Lyrics. Having an argument with myself down Queensbury Street The lonely light from the town hall clock tower The chime of the bells striking 1, 2, 3. And it took shape in the form of an image In the form of a living memory The way her shadow used to walk by your side In a different time in a different city. Jens Lekman. An Argument With Myself. SC Distribution от лица компании Secretly Canadian ASCAP, UMPG Publishing и другие авторские общества 4. Album 2011 5 Songs. Tillsammans Gatan Ner med Jens Lekman - Single. You May Also Like. An Argument with Myself is an extended play by Swedish indie pop musician Jens Lekman, released on 19 September 2011 on Secretly Canadian. On 19 March 2011, Lekman premiered Waiting for Kirsten at the Read and Shout Library Festival in London. The song makes reference to American actress Kirsten Dunst. The EP was released by Secretly Canadian on 19 September in the United Kingdom and 20 September in the United States. Lekman's new An Argument with Myself EP is a compact gem. It tilts this way and that to show different facets of the singer: his ruminative side, his topical side, his devotional side, his wicked humor, skewed insight, and flawless banality. At less than 18 minutes, there isn't a wasted moment. But Lekman's music makes me think more about other people than myself. For all of their polished mannerisms, his songs are uncommonly free of pretenses- they're about people, places, and things that happened or could happen in the world about how we spend our time and how we talk to each other. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. An Argument With Myself - EP, 2011. An Argument With Myself, 03:49. Waiting for Kirsten, 03:47. A Promise, 04:34. An Argument With Myself is nothing short of spectacular at any length, crowning Lekman as one of today's most fascinating and gifted musicians. Read full review. Pretty much everything about Jens except the scale of his melodies is gentle and unassuming, and there is a quiet honesty here that is unique pleasure