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Holdouts

by Moore and Sons

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Concessions
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5:40 album only
2. This Here's The Place
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2:12 album only
3. TRailin' Off
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3:57 album only
4. Work Me Loose
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3:55 album only
5. Scandalous Views
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2:47 album only
6. Your Turn Now
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2:37 album only
7. Broken Spell
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2:29 album only
8. Priority Mail
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1:42 album only
9. Pass On By
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10. Count On Us
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11. Ideal Hideaway
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Peter Markus

Chris Moore: Authenticity, Purity, A Punk to the Core
Chris Moore is one of the most authentic singer-songwriters—no, among the most authentic artists—of our generation (artists/writers/musicians who came of age during the age of 7 inch 10 song 45s (i.e. Minor Threat, Negative Approach, Necros, G.I., etc.). Moore should be as widely known as Tweedy and Mascis and that other sonic Moore (Thurston). What makes this Moore more punk than his peers is his purity to make the music that he mosts wants to hear regardless of who else may tune in to listen. I’ve been tuned in to his sounds for the past 25 years, and will continue to want more till my own ears are forced to listen in to just the dirt that they’ll one day be filled with.