L'ami Du Peuple

Owen - L'ami Du Peuple
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July 2, 2013 / Release Date
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A sense of excited satisfaction runs through L'Ami du Peuple, finding a still curious and motivated Kinsella a little bit older, but learning new things all the time and coming up with some of his best songs yet.

Consequence of Sound

L’Ami du Peuple, or “friend of the people,” does the job its title promises: a man of sensitive depth and veteran pain offering light at the end of the tunnel.

Under The Radar

L'Ami du Peuple allows Kinsella to spread out and open himself up to different styles. And it's interesting to see his songs adapt to their new surroundings.

Tiny Mix Tapes

L’Ami du Peuple is a predominantly rewarding album, despite the occasional misstep and despite its unambitious stylistic orthodoxy.

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Track List

  1. I Got High
  2. Blues to Black
  3. Love Is Not Enough
  4. Coffin Companions
  5. The Burial
  6. Bad Blood
  7. Who Cares?
  8. A Fever
  9. Where Do I Begin?
  10. Vivid Dreams
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Added on: July 25, 2013