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Dark Matter

Randy Newman

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1
The Great Debate
Randy Newman
8:08
2
Brothers
Randy Newman
4:54
3
Putin
Randy Newman
3:45
4
Lost Without You
Randy Newman
3:54
5
Sonny Boy
Randy Newman
4:42
6
It's a Jungle out There (V2)
Randy Newman
3:19
7
She Chose Me
Randy Newman
3:12
8
On the Beach
Randy Newman
4:31
9
Wandering Boy
Randy Newman
3:01
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Total Playing Time    39:26
"[Randy Newman] remains first and foremost a craftsman of song, capable of telling ordinary stories in ways no one quite has before."
- NPR

"Dark Matter is a typically engaging mix of topical tunes, quirky characters, history lessons and wry asides."
- The National Post

Dark Matter, Randy Newman's first album of new material in nine years, is out now on Nonesuch Records. The record is the follow-up to 2008's acclaimed Harps and Angels. Dark Matter was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by long-time Newman collaborators Mitchell Froom, Lenny Waronker, and David Boucher.

The album's nine songs include songs about the Kennedy brothers, Sonny Boy Williamson, Vladimir Putin, science vs. religion, love and loss, and more.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

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