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Crash Parlor - EP

by Crash Parlor

Toe tappin', eclectic Americana.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. They Run Away
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2. Sin
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3. Black Widow
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4. How Much You Mean to Me
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Album Notes
The Crash Parlor EP is a set of four iconic Crash Parlor songs, an initial sampling, an hors d'oeuvre, if you will, to the upcoming courses of acoustic musical goodness.

They Run Away, a crowd favorite, tells a humorous story of a ubiquitous concern in relationships, friendships and loves alike, which is well summed up by the chorus, "When I really, really like somebody, they run away. And when I really don't like them in the first place, that's when they stay." Happy, quirky, and upbeat, this track WILL make you laugh.

Sin is a bluesy song of drunken debauchery, espousing a hedonistic philosophy which you should drink to. Cheers!

Black Widow is ostensibly a song about a man and his quest to ride the infamous and dangerous rapid of the same name. He and his woman eventually do take that leap in a song that is a metaphor for the almost suicidal desire to give life meaning through danger.

How Much You Mean To Me is funny, sweet, and will have you swinging your arms and smiling, perhaps even tapping your toes, and dare I say it, snapping yo fingahs.



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