Tractor Operator | Bleeding Hearts And Severed Legs

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Bleeding Hearts And Severed Legs

by Tractor Operator

Quiet, lo-fi folk-pop of the crackliest order--with playful, with a circular lyrical constructions at the forefront.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. You Should Have Kept Your Mouth Shut But You Didn't
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2. Rusty Nails
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3. Blessed Semen
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4. Caves
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5. Tennessee
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6. Smoke
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7. Electric vs. Steam
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8. March 30th, 1958
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9. Streets(Could You Buy Me Some Bulk Rice? Cause I Don't Have Any
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10. The Night
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11. Busdriver
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12. Fucking Vampires
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13. Cheap And Easy
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14. April Twenty One
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Album Notes
Tractor Operator is the vehicle for one Eric Jensen. On Bleeding Hearts and Severed Legs, his sophomore effort he turns things up a notch or two, taking his quiet, lo-fi folk-pop and adding to it some strong rock tinkerings. The guitars jut out of the space created by his playful circular lyrical constructions. Drums crash around the melodic structures, pushing you through the narrative, you are there. Then the volume comes down and you are at home on the couch, waking up to the static of the television after a few too many beers, groggy, but ready to head for the comfort of bed.


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