℗ 2020 SRV LabelCo
Released July 31, 2020
Duration 19m 48s
Genre Alternative
 

Don't give me problems, give me wine [Edited / Clean]

BabyJake

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1.1
Blue Cellophane
BabyJake
3:01
1.2
MadHappySad
BabyJake
2:48
1.3
Head In The Clouds
BabyJake
2:27
1.4
(Consumption)(Addiction)
BabyJake
1:26
1.5
Confidant
BabyJake
3:02
1.6
Bread & Butter
BabyJake
3:23
1.7
Anywhere
BabyJake
3:41
Babyjake, the singer-songwriter and self-proclaimed “rock star” born Jake Herring, releases his new EP, Don't give me problems, give me wine. “I look like a grown man. If I walk into a building, you’re going to notice me.But at the end of the day, I’m still a kid at heart, andI don’t ever want to lose this feeling. That’s what my music is all about.” - Babyjake
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Republic Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.37
-0.41 to -0.30
-13.27
-19.02 to -11.81
7
6 to 14
1
Blue Cellophane
-0.40-13.207
2
MadHappySad
-0.40-12.146
3
Head In The Clouds
-0.40-11.816
4
(Consumption)(Addiction)
-0.40-19.0214
5
Confidant
-0.30-12.557
6
Bread & Butter
-0.41-11.826
7
Anywhere
-0.30-12.346

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