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The Lights From The Chemical Plant

The Lights From The Chemical Plant

Artist: Robert Ellis

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Digital Album: $9.99
The Lights From The Chemical Plant
The Lights From The Chemical Plant

Artist: Robert Ellis
MP3
1. TV Song
$1.29
2. Chemical Plant
$1.29
3. Good Intentions
$1.29
4. Steady As The Rising Sun
$1.29
5. Bottle Of Wine
$1.29
6. Still Crazy After All These Years
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7. Pride
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8. Only Lies
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9. Houston
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10. Sing Along
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11. Tour Song
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: NEW WEST RECORDS
Rel. Date: 02/11/2014
UPC: 607396626625

More Info:

Produced by Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Kings Of Leon), The Lights From The Chemical Plant , Robert Ellis's 2nd album continues his journey into folk music he began 3 years ago. The songs on the new album, which range from the majestic string-adorned title track to noir pop rock and somber confessionals, both show Ellis' growth and the various sides of this multidimensional songwriter.

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