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Iron And Wine / Kiss Each Other Clean
Album:Kiss Each Other Clean Collection:General
Artist:Iron And Wine Added:01/2011
Label:Warner Bros. Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-01-30 Pull Date:2011-04-03 
Week Ending:3 Apr27 Mar20 Mar13 Mar6 Mar27 Feb20 Feb13 Feb

Recent Airplay
1.Wed, 02 Mar 16:DJ McGriddle
funk to fiddle
4.Fri, 31 Oct 14:Francis D
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2.Fri, 22 May 15:Young Mick
funk to folk
5.Fri, 25 Jul 14:Francis D
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3.Fri, 20 Feb 15:Francis D
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6.Fri, 11 Jul 14:Francis D
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Album Review
Andy S
Reviewed 2011-01-31 
Soul-folk-pop. Here we've got Sam Beame's signature breathy vocal lines, plus a whole lot of synths, drum machines, and otherwise funky electric arrangements. Not what you're probably looking for from Iron and Wine, but fairly inventive and certainly successful. We get a handful of numbers with more traditional instruments that are still a lot fuller and poppier than his previous stuff. Start with 1, 10 for the weird; 3, 7 for the traditional. FCC 4, 8. —Andy

**1 - punchy vocal riff repeated over wildly changing instrumentation, starting with aggressive organ swirls
2 - soulful folk-rock with big bass, synths and saxes
*3 - gorgeous Band of Horses breezy twang-pop, no synths
4 - FCC "fuck"; faster, nervous brooder with another funky, frantically changing instrumental arrangement
*5 - bounce, twang, and sugary backing vox in another fun folk-rocker
6 - long ominous groove, with bit-crushed vox, distorted guitars, and marimba
**7 - slow washed-out lullaby ballad; again, gorgeous sound
8 - FCC "fuckin"; solid funk-rock jam with a lot of horns and bass
9 - sunny midtempo pop
**10 - jazzy groove into a long, driving rocker

Track Listing
1.Walking Far From Home 6.Rabbit Will Run
2.Me And Lazarus 7.Godless Brother In Love
3.Tree By The River 8.Big Burned Hand
4.Monkeys Uptown 9.Glad Man Singing
5.Half Moon 10.Your Fake Name Is Good Enough For Me