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by Hospital

"At once stark and luxuriant, the music never overwhelms with angst but instead works a more subtle seduction; it's music for tender ears and tired hearts, a sadcore aficianado's dream come true" Valley Advocate - 1997
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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1. big red broom
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2. ramble
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3. move real slow
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4. treat me
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5. when it's cold
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6. my own persistence
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7. i understand
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8. think 3 ways
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9. ballet
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10. cold colonial sun
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11. the day the world stopped breathing
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12. buying time
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13. crazy train
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"At once stark and luxuriant, the music never overwhelms
with angst but instead works a more subtle seduction;
it's music for tender ears and tired hearts,
a sadcore aficianado's dream come true"
Valley Advocate - 1997

"...an endearing postcard from a faraway place."
The Noise - 2000

Mark Schwaber - guitars, bass, vocals
Rusty - guitar, b. vocals
Abby Barlow - cello
JJ O'Connell - drums/percussion

All songs by Mark Schwaber except "my own persistence" by Michael Russell (Rusty)

To hear more recent recordings from Mark Schwaber just go here : http://www.cdbaby.com/schwaber

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Dev Ray

I have always loved this record
I bought this record at a shop after seeing them live back in 1997. The songs have a peaceful tranquility about them, emotional, and beautiful. The thing that really caught my attention the most was the way the band really leaves space in the music - not that there are long pauses or anything, but just the way the songs are built, there is breath. Fragile, but strong and solid, with a mixture of slower and upbeat songs.
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