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My Eating Disorder - Titus Andronicus - Local Business

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  1. Oct 22,  · Local Business is the third album by the American punk/indie rock band Titus Andronicus. It was released on October 22 via XL. The first single, "In a Big City", was posted in the band's blog on September /5(5).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Clean Edit CD release of Local Business on Discogs.
  3. My Eating Disorder Lyrics: Drug addict since single digits / Vitamins to fight the fidgets / They put something in my apple sauce but I found it / Now that I'm finally twenty-six / Just smother it.
  4. Oct 22,  · Local Business, Titus Andronicus' third full-length, isn't a concept album like the Civil War–themed The Monitor, but it's ambitious in its own right. Rather than featuring a large group of revolving musicians as before, here the band is stripped down to five members: three ragged, crunching guitars and a steady drum-and-bass rhythm section.
  5. Whereas The Airing of Grievances and The Monitor were intense works that sounded as big as possible, Local Business is restrained. This should come as no surprise as it seemed the band was stuck at a point where it existed as two separate entities: Titus Andronicus the studio band and Titus Andronicus /5(15).
  6. Oct 16,  · Titus Andronicus Tackle Eating Disorder, Electrocution on New Album ‘In art, there should be no secrets,’ says singer Patrick Stickles Local Business. He .
  7. Oct 22,  · Titus Andronicus / Album Local Business. Advertisement. Advertisement. Other albums by With their third album, Local Business, the band seems to be turning inward, with singer Patrick Stickles laying bare his own internal conflicts for the world to see. One of the most revealing sections of the album comes by way of "My Eating Disorder Released on: October 22,
  8. Aug 30,  · Local Business is the latest and most accessible record to date by Titus Andronicus. I feel this is their least ambitious album, but they got pretty poppy, and it feels like a refreshing change from the tedious and expansive sound of The bluesrock.moathsadartojaktilar.infoinfo fans may be disappointed, but it’s a great starting place if you're just getting into them.3/5(17).

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