℗ 2019 Marshall Crenshaw
 

Miracle of Science

Marshall Crenshaw

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1.1
(Soundbite)
Marshall Crenshaw
0:10
1.2
What Do You Dream Of
Marshall Crenshaw
3:27
1.3
Who Stole That Train
Marshall Crenshaw
3:47
1.4
Only an Hour Ago
Marshall Crenshaw
4:19
1.5
Theme from Flaregun
Marshall Crenshaw
4:51
1.6
Laughter
Marshall Crenshaw
4:41
1.7
A Wondrous Place
Marshall Crenshaw
2:43
1.8
Twenty-Five Forty-One
Marshall Crenshaw
3:24
1.9
Starless Summer Sky
Marshall Crenshaw
3:23
1.10
The in Crowd
Marshall Crenshaw
3:39
1.11
There & Back Again
Marshall Crenshaw
5:10
1.12
Rouh Na Selim Neves
Marshall Crenshaw
4:28
1.13
Seven Miles an Hour
Marshall Crenshaw
4:30
1.14
What the Hell I Got
Marshall Crenshaw
3:38
1.15
Misty Dreamer
Marshall Crenshaw
3:00
Total Playing Time    55:10
Miracle of Science is the seventh studio album by singer/songwriter Marshall Crenshaw and his first studio effort for the indie imprint Razor & Tie. Crenshaw elected for the first time to solely produce the album and play most of the instruments.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MRI Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10, 12, 13 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit Tracks 11, 14, 15 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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