℗ 2022 Positive Jams marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers
Released May 20, 2022
Duration 46m 03s
Record Label Positive Jams
Genre Rock (Alternative)
 

A Legacy of Rentals

Craig Finn

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1.1
Messing with the Settings
Craig Finn
5:42
1.2
The Amarillo Kid
Craig Finn
4:36
1.3
Birthdays
Craig Finn
3:04
1.4
The Year We Fell Behind
Craig Finn
5:13
1.5
Due to Depart
Craig Finn
3:51
1.6
Curtis & Shepard
Craig Finn
4:31
1.7
Never Any Horses
Craig Finn
4:48
1.8
Jessamine
Craig Finn
3:25
1.9
A Break from the Barrage
Craig Finn
6:07
1.10
This is What It Looks Like
Craig Finn
4:46
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Positive Jams Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.38
-0.40 to -0.33
-12.75
-14.51 to -11.44
8
6 to 9
1
Messing with the Settings
-0.39-13.068
2
The Amarillo Kid
-0.38-11.446
3
Birthdays
-0.38-11.937
4
The Year We Fell Behind
-0.39-14.519
5
Due to Depart
-0.38-11.947
6
Curtis & Shepard
-0.33-12.758
7
Never Any Horses
-0.37-11.627
8
Jessamine
-0.40-13.709
9
A Break from the Barrage
-0.39-13.769
10
This is What It Looks Like
-0.39-12.788

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