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Free

Concrete Blonde

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1
God Is A Bullet
Concrete Blonde
4:22
2
Run Run Run
Concrete Blonde
3:58
3
It's Only Money
Concrete Blonde
2:44
4
Help Me
Concrete Blonde
2:41
5
Sun
Concrete Blonde
2:37
6
Roses Grow
Concrete Blonde
3:14
7
Scene Of A Perfect Crime
Concrete Blonde
4:41
8
Happy Birthday
Concrete Blonde
2:19
9
Little Conversations
Concrete Blonde
2:48
10
Carry Me Away
Concrete Blonde
3:43
Total Playing Time    33:07
“Though 1990’s Bloodletting is inevitably going to be Concrete Blonde’s best-remembered work, their self-titled debut and Free show how the band evolved to reach that commercial plateau on their own terms.”
- Will Harris, PopMatters

Free is Concrete Blonde's second full-length album, originally release in 1989. While the record's sonic world isn't as wholly gothic as the follow-up Bloodletting, the ten tracks of Free, from the rough and tumble God Is A Bullet to the melancholic and contemplative Scene of a Perfect Crime show a band on the edge of fame.
192 kHz / 24-bit. 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

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