Andrew Phillip Tipton | The Champion of Love

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The Champion of Love

by Andrew Phillip Tipton

Silly sad songs about being a 24 year old little kid.
Genre: Pop: Twee Pop
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1. Love Champ
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3:29 album only
2. Gimme Some Love
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2:39 album only
3. Bad Sad Mad
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3:01 album only
4. Different Situations
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3:48 album only
5. Proud Pumpkin
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2:19 album only
6. First to Love
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4:34 album only
7. I Wanna Be Your Friend
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2:43 album only
8. I Mississippi You
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9. I'm Not Able
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3:32 album only
10. Bunny Bouroughs
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11. Untitled 1
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12. Untitled 2
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
- Andrew Phillip Tipton is a subway performer in New York City. He plays alternative pop and folk music to the unsuspecting straphangers, who are caught off guard by his otherworldly warble.

- Andrew is a cross between Lou Reed and Tiny Tim, with an “un-escapable voice.” (11211 Magazine)

- Plus, Andrew is “so adorable he may as well be the lovechild David Bowie and Bob Dylan never had.” (Next magazine)


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