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Parentheses - The Blow - Paper Television (CD, Album)

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  1. Paper Television, an Album by The Blow. Released 15 September on K (catalog no. KLP). Genres: Indie Pop, Indietronica.
  2. / PopMatters. 8/ Prefix. 6/ Paper Television is the fourth LP from The Blow. It is also the band's first album as a duo consisting of Khaela Maricich and Jona Bechtolt. Previously, Khaela Maricich had been the sole member.
  3. Sep 15,  · Paper Television The Blow. Released September 15, Paper Television Tracklist. 1. Pile Of Gold Lyrics. 2. Parentheses Lyrics. 3. The Big U More The Blow albums.
  4. Sep 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Paper Television on Discogs. Label: K - KLP • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock The Blow - Paper Television (, CD) | Discogs4/5(10).
  5. Parentheses This song is by The Blow and appears on the album Paper Television (). Some philosophies fuel the belief in the self Constructed to keep one's goods on one's own shelf Built well, you're a strong letter "I" With your feet on the ground and your head to the sky Now and then you can bend It's okay to lean over, lean over my way You fear that you can't do it.
  6. Parentheses The Blow. Album Paper Television. Parentheses Lyrics [Verse] Some philosophies fuel the belief in the self Constructed to keep one's goods on one's own shelf.
  7. The Blow "Parentheses": We make a pair of parentheses There's plenty space to encase Whatever weird way my mind goes album: "Paper Television" () Pile Of Gold. Parentheses. The Big U. The Long List Of Girls. Bonjour Jeune Fille. Babay (Eat A Critter, Feel Its Wrath) Eat Your Heart Up.
  8. CD: the Blow,Paper Television Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 11 global customer ratings. here we have a serious contender for album of the year just when we thought there was no catching miss Newsom. Heard "Parenthesis" on Pandora and loved that song too so I decided to buy the CD. The rest of the songs are OKAY/5(11).
  9. The Blow's songs are light enough to sail easily through the air, landing simultaneously on the turntable of a London DJ, in your mom's car stereo, and in the iPod of a middle schooler in study hall. However, they're somehow heavy enough to stick around, laying in your mind long after their new album is over/5(20).

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