The Lost Patrol | Off Like A Prom Dress

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Off Like A Prom Dress

by The Lost Patrol

Cruising the star-filled desert with the top down. A vast, wide screen reverb drenched spaghetti western soundtrack lost somewhere between the echoes of broken hearts and hope.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. It's All In My Head
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2. Grey Day
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3. Waiting For Sun
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4. Swept Away
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5. Broken Blossom
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6. Shimmy
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7. So Long
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8. Hands Tied
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9. Something I Don't Know
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10. Firefly
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11. ...And Then Goodbye
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12. Bon Voyage
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13. I Am Here
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Album Notes
The second full-length CD from New York's The Lost Patrol.
More dreamy, heart broken yet hopeful music from this retro-futuristic band. Tales of lost loves and places far away combined with other-worldly instrumentals. The sound track for a long drive across a desert with the top down.


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Jan Kravitz

Host of Kealeidoscope/Krcb public radio
Aural soundscapes like this are mesmerizing,
transporting, and reminiscent of a David Lynch
movie. Listen alone at your own risk.