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Charm Offensive

Damien Done

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1
The Freeze
Damien Done
3:35
2
Roof Access
Damien Done
4:32
3
When You Left Home
Damien Done
3:34
4
The Lord Fox
Damien Done
4:25
5
Curious Thing
Damien Done
3:33
6
Things Are Going Great (Just You Wait)
Damien Done
4:21
7
Angels Overlooking Him
Damien Done
3:59
8
Who's Gonna Believe You?
Damien Done
4:46
9
The Good Book
Damien Done
3:34
10
Something On You
Damien Done
4:56
Total Playing Time    41:15
Driven by alternative and contrasting influences such as pop, rock, and punk artist Damien Done has crafted his debut full-length album Charm Offensive consisting of 10 tracks which he fuses all these musical styles together expertly. His introspective lyrics surrounding themes of self-loathing, humor, and life, in general, contribute to the compelling nature of his post-hardcore musical aesthetics.

"I can barely play my guitar, but I think that lack of proficiency results in a sort of ‘economy of style’ that forces me to write very simple songs with lots of looming, open tension."
- Damien Done
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