Johnny Flynn - A Larum
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Based on 9 reviews
2008 Ratings: #85 / 735
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Based on 9 ratings
July 29, 2008 / Release Date
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Mercury Records / Label
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musicmagpie55
79
This quirky little folk-rock letter makes me so happy. Flynn's blunt storytelling and meandering rhythms are such an unusual combination; he has a stream of conscious style of songwriting that I quite like. 'The Box' opens the album on a such a high note. With each chorus, Flynn adds another voice into the mix. While the chorus is simple, its growing complexity makes the song feel like it is bursting at the edges. This album also has an interesting metaconversation about the purpose of writing ... read more
JustinSlick
89
This is a great album. Really great.
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Track List

  1. The Box
  2. The Wrote & The Writ
  3. Tickle Me Pink
  4. Brown Trout Blues
  5. Eyeless in Holloway
  6. Shore to Shore
  7. Cold Bread
  8. Wayne Rooney
  9. Leftovers
  10. Sally
  11. Hong Kong Cemetry
  12. Tunnels
  13. All the Dogs are Lying Down
  14. Shore to Shore (Reprise)
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