The Henry Clay People - For Cheap Or For Free mp3 flac
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The Henry Clay People: Live - Mondays at the Echo, Vol. 7 - February 4th, 2008. Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives. This Is a Desert - EP.
Artist Album Song Title. For Cheap or For Free Album Cover Art. Cover Art. Tracklist. CD 1. 1 Something in the Water.
Artist: The Henry Clay People. Album: For Cheap Or For Free. Andy Siara, Eric Scott, Joey Siara, Matt Eckel, Noah Green, The Henry Clay People - Knowledge LIVE, 2008 02:19. The Henry Clay People - Living in Debt For Cheap Or For Free, 2013 03:58. Artist: The Henry Clay People.
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But the Henry Clay People arrive at both fairly effortlessly. Structurally, their lyrics tend to be pared-down and unpretentious, short and sweet as the saying goes. Substantively, they speak to the existential quandary someone–hell, everyone–in their early 20’s might encounter. And that’s precisely why For Cheap or For Free is palatable not only for the band’s own generation, but for the half-generation older, who spent their formative, angst-ridden years wallowing in Pavement vinyl and who like to turn up the dial when Built to Spill shuffles through their player of choice. One of the many displays of their precocious nature is found in Something in the Water, the opening track from which their sophomore effort takes its name. I’ll believe in anything you’d sell me for cheap or for free, they shamelessly proclaim, and that’s an astute self-observation.
The Clay People is The Clay People's fourth full-length release, and their most successful. Released on Slipdisc Records (a Mercury affiliate) in 1998. Mechanized Mind (4:02). Calling Spaceship: Damien Grief (5:22). Car Bomb (Am I Human?) (4:21). Dying To Be You (4:02). Brian McGarvey: Guitar. Mike Guzzardi: Guitar. D. Patrick Walsh: Bass Guitar. The Henry Clay People 6/8/2010. There's a charming familiarity to much of the Henry Clay People's third proper full-length, a familiarity perhaps best epitomized in its second track when frontman Joey Siara proclaims, with fist-pumping intensity, "We were working part time! All! The! Time!" It's a relatable moment, not only because most listeners have suffered a temporary job or seven, but because, like the vast majority of Somewhere on the Golden Coast, the song in question ("Working Part Time") cherry-picks tiny elements from.
|1||Something In The Water||3:59|
|2||Living In Debt||3:58|
|3||Rock And Roll Has Lost Its Teeth||4:07|
|4||This Ain't A Scene||3:51|
|7||Working Part Time||3:53|
|9||I Was Half Asleep||3:23|
|10||You Can Be Timeless||4:16|
|11||Two By Two||1:40|
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|B001HD76CE||The Henry Clay People||For Cheap Or For Free (CD, Album)||Autumn Tone Records||B001HD76CE||US||2008|