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Elliott Smith

by Elliott Smith

Elliott Smith's second album recorded from late 1994 to early 1995 and released on July 21, 1995 through Kill Rock Stars; his first album on the label.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album is of a similar musical style to Roman Candle in its minimalist, acoustic folk sound. Smith mostly appears alone on his acoustic guitar, although he is occasionally backed up by the odd musical instrument, such as a harmonica and drums. Thematically, Smith said that he "personally can't get more dark" than his self-titled album.

The album's lyrics contain many references to drug use, which Smith claims are metaphorical. The album cover features a photograph by J. J. Gonson, who also photographed the cover for Roman Candle, depicting cut-out figures falling from buildings as if they were committing suicide.

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