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|1.||"Heads Gonna Roll" (5:11)|
|2.||"Wasted Youth" (4:12)|
|3.||"Red Bull & Hennessy" (4:49)|
|4.||"Hollywood Lawn" (4:33)|
|5.||"Do Si Do" (3:51)|
|2.||"Party Clown" (4:08)|
|3.||"Little White Dove" (4:47)|
|5.||"On The Line" (3:35)|
|6.||"Rabbit Hole" (2:51)|
Some super cool sound design to open Jenny Lewis' fourth album for Warner, and it's enough to send the heads of Radiohead fans spinning. This all happens in the first few seconds of the LP's opening, before bursting into a song-soaked ballad of lessons learned, folky stomp boxes and whiskey-laced songwriting. "Red Bull & Hennessey" for example, socially plays with jingle of a wild west cantina, with strokes of Shania Twain and Dire Straits instrumentation mixed with the slightest of pop Madonna and LeAnn Rimes. It's quite a combo to listen to all fixed up in a faded acid wash. There's dubby tropes and funk to be heard in "Little White Dove" too, while solo pianos washed in reverb offer the album a touch of folk classical as well. Our favourite: "Dogwood" is also the one to catch on that tip too.