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Open Door Policy

The Hold Steady

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1.1
The Feelers
The Hold Steady
4:45
1.2
Spices
The Hold Steady
3:46
1.3
Lanyards
The Hold Steady
3:54
1.4
Family Farm
The Hold Steady
3:43
1.5
Unpleasant Breakfast
The Hold Steady
4:59
1.6
Heavy Covenant
The Hold Steady
4:39
1.7
The Prior Procedure
The Hold Steady
3:38
1.8
Riptown
The Hold Steady
3:23
1.9
Me & Magdalena
The Hold Steady
3:48
1.10
Hanover Camera
The Hold Steady
3:58
1.11
Parade Days (Bonus Track)
The Hold Steady
3:16
Total Playing Time    43:49
"Springsteen-isms welcome ... The Brooklyn-based rockers add a splash of brass to their everyman stylings on this lyrical eighth album."
- The Guardian

The Hold Steady release their 8th studio album, Open Door Policy. The songs on the album are about power, wealth, & mental health. They're about technology, occupation, consumerism, freedom, fandom and escape. And although the album was written and recorded in 2019, the themes of this record seem to be underscored and highlighted by this year of virus and quarantine.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Positive Jams Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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