The Locksmiths | Skeleton Keys

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Skeleton Keys

by The Locksmiths

The sophomore album from Boston's up and coming indie hip hop duo, showcasing a darker, varied side of The Locksmiths.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Bad Morning
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2. Kind of Confused
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3. Temptation
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4. 4th Step
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5. Remedy
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6. Lovers' Defeat (feat. Starr Cooper)
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7. One Knight's Stand
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8. Dear Kristin
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9. Letters to Myself
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10. Upright Beanstalk
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11. Ninja Stars (feat. Chris Sinn)
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12. Newspeak
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13. Good Night
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Album Notes
Pawn Shop Entertainment presents the sophomore album from The Locksmiths, Boston's up and coming indie hip hop duo. Includes much introspective work such as the opening track, "Kind of Confused," which describes the plight of a young spiritually confused Tony, and "Dear Kristin," a poem written for his lover. Also includes several hard hitting tracks for the grimier hip hop head such as "Ninja Stars" featuring verses from Chris Sinn and Cozmos as well as Starr Cooper on violin, and "Newspeak," the heavy closing track inspired by George Orwell's 1984. Building on the experiences of their self titled debut, Cozmos and Mantis have expanded their sound and song writing to give each song an individual presence on the album while maintaining a cohesive feel throughout. This disc should please the old and new Locksmiths fans alike.


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