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When dealing with a harsh inevitability, you'll do pretty much anything to avoid thinking about it. Most importantly, in the face of that adversity, you keep busy and do what comes naturally. This is precisely what Nate Kinsella and the rest of Make Believe did when he got word that he'd be spending two months in a county jail in Oklahoma. The end result of their self-enforced distraction is of Course, an album created and recorded entirely in under a month. Typically obsessive perfectionists, this record is unlike any of their previous releases. Of Course is an airtight, exuberant and visceral statement of a band hanging together in tough times, beautifully unrevised and unrefined. Standard Jewel Case.
When dealing with a harsh inevitability, you'll do pretty much anything to avoid thinking about it. Most importantly, in the face of that adversity, you keep busy and do what comes naturally. This is precisely what Nate Kinsella and the rest of Make Believe did when he got word that he'd be spending two months in a county jail in Oklahoma. The end result of their self-enforced distraction is of Course, an album created and recorded entirely in under a month. Typically obsessive perfectionists, this record is unlike any of their previous releases. Of Course is an airtight, exuberant and visceral statement of a band hanging together in tough times, beautifully unrevised and unrefined. Standard Jewel Case.
751937293521

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Format: CD
Label: FSHV
Catalog: 72935
Rel. Date: 10/03/2006
UPC: 751937293521

Of Course
Artist: Make Believe
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Song About Camping, A
2. Another Song About Camping
3. Political Mysticism
4. Florida/Oklahoma 12/05
5. Pat Tillman, Emmitt Till
6. Coup d'Thought
7. Bisect Duality
8. Plants Dance
9. Sometimes I See Sideways
10. Anything/Selling That Thing

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When dealing with a harsh inevitability, you'll do pretty much anything to avoid thinking about it. Most importantly, in the face of that adversity, you keep busy and do what comes naturally. This is precisely what Nate Kinsella and the rest of Make Believe did when he got word that he'd be spending two months in a county jail in Oklahoma. The end result of their self-enforced distraction is of Course, an album created and recorded entirely in under a month. Typically obsessive perfectionists, this record is unlike any of their previous releases. Of Course is an airtight, exuberant and visceral statement of a band hanging together in tough times, beautifully unrevised and unrefined. Standard Jewel Case.
        
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