The Don of Division Street | Animals In Love

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Animals In Love

by The Don of Division Street

Earthy, melodic, Americana-tinged, pop rock.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. When I Release Me
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4:42 album only
2. Mourning Light
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4:37 album only
3. Fly Alone
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4:21 album only
4. I Never Crawled
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4:19 album only
5. All Wrong
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5:07 album only
6. For Marijke
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1:11 album only
7. Paint the Day
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4:04 album only
8. Mina Bird
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4:14 album only
9. Fantasy Girl
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5:07 album only
10. You're Gone
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4:53 album only
11. Lost in the Daylight
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6:07 album only
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Album Notes
"Also known as Matt Cadenelli, one of the go-to drummers in Portland (Cadenelli drums for Fernando and Lotus Isle, among others), The Don of Division Street delivers Americana-soaked pop songs with heart, integrity, and plenty of wisdom. His live songs are both intimate and playful, drawing you in to his world of melody and intrigue, as the drummer-turned-front man takes the mic and the audience is all the better for it." Mastan Music Podcast "If Cadenelli never crawled as a songwriter, he never left any evidence. His debut album comes fully realized, chock-full of laid-back nuggets of pop Americana that most veteran singer/songwriters would be proud to call their own." The Oregonian "Going by the moniker “The Don Of Division Street,” Cadenelli – who plays with Fernando, Celilo, Dr. Theopolis, the Lewi Longmire Band and others – has crafted the perfect late summer album, with loads of good-natured pop songs delivered with a laidback flair reminiscent of Tom Petty." The Portland Tribune


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