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Facebook love, or is disagreement on the horizon?

For episode #112, we're tackling the third and final album from Knapsack, 1998's This Conversation Is Ending Starting Right Now. Jason brings a favorite of his to review, and Tim's never heard it. Will Tim share Jason's appreciation for an album that got plenty of Facebook love, or is disagreement on the horizon? 

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Arrows to the Action
  • 2:46 - History of the Band
  • 10:42 - Cold Enough To Break
  • 15:56 - Shape of the Fear
  • 25:06 - Change Is All The Rage
  • 28:38 - Cinema Stare
  • Outro - Hummingbirds

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