Slow Buildings | Good Things Happen

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Good Things Happen

by Slow Buildings

Intelligent, melodic, edgy post-punk sing-a-long fun.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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1. Good Things Happen
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2. Our Love Is A Long Time
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3. Acid People
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4. Charmaine
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5. Bad Apples
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6. Great Big Kiss
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7. Inside the Medicine Cabinet
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8. He's Totally STD
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9. Clueless
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10. Red Eye
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11. Happy I Am
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12. You've Already Won
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13. Dead Party #1
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14. Good Evening, Goodnight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Slow Buildings is the recording name of singer/songwriter Jason Legacy. He's also a multi-instrumentalist and played much of the music himself. The album is an amalgam of post-punk melodies filtered through 60's style harmonies, unified with a single narrative voice. It also rocks, pops, and ponders life in all the right places.


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