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Washington DC stalwarts Deleted Scenes released their debut album Birdseed Shirt to Pitchfork's rave reviews, calling it "ferocious, brave, and a well-balanced demonstration of both thoughtful existentialism and strange, drowsy downers" (Pitchfork, 8.0). Deleted Scenes' sophomore album Young People's Church of the Air, which will be released by Park the Van Records this summer, pushes the band's formidable rhythm section further, exploring the possibility of hope.
Washington DC stalwarts Deleted Scenes released their debut album Birdseed Shirt to Pitchfork's rave reviews, calling it "ferocious, brave, and a well-balanced demonstration of both thoughtful existentialism and strange, drowsy downers" (Pitchfork, 8.0). Deleted Scenes' sophomore album Young People's Church of the Air, which will be released by Park the Van Records this summer, pushes the band's formidable rhythm section further, exploring the possibility of hope.
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Format: CD
Label: PKVN
Catalog: 65
Rel. Date: 07/10/2012
UPC: 788377120025

Young People's Church of the Air
Artist: Deleted Scenes
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. A Litany For Mrs. T
2. The Days Of Adderall
3. Bedbedbedbedbed
4. A Bunch Of People Who Love You Like Crazy
5. Nassau
6. Burglarizing The Deaf
7. Baltika 9
8. English As A Second Language
9. Ordination Day
10. The Demon & The Hurricane
11. What An Awesome Backhanded Compliment
12. Future Of Hair Metal
13. Challenge Club
14. Bedbedbedbedbed (Acoustic)
15. Bedbedbedbedbed (Vacationer Remix)

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Washington DC stalwarts Deleted Scenes released their debut album Birdseed Shirt to Pitchfork's rave reviews, calling it "ferocious, brave, and a well-balanced demonstration of both thoughtful existentialism and strange, drowsy downers" (Pitchfork, 8.0). Deleted Scenes' sophomore album Young People's Church of the Air, which will be released by Park the Van Records this summer, pushes the band's formidable rhythm section further, exploring the possibility of hope.
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