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With the erratic California, Mark Eitzel's songwriting skills blossom into full maturity. From the pedal steel-inflected opener "Firefly" to the luminous "Western Sky," the best of his compositions reveal uncommon depth and emotional heft: "Somewhere" cuts with the savage humor of a master storyteller, while "Blue and Grey Shirt," a memoir of a friend's AIDS-related death, is simply devastating. A number of the cuts don't work at all -- the muddy "Bad Liquor" is an indecipherable rant, while "Laughing Stock" is by-the-numbers melodrama -- but those that do are nothing short of transcendent. ~ Jason Ankeny
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Firefly American Music Club 2:51
  3. 2 Somewhere American Music Club 3:4
  4. 3 Laughingstock American Music Club 4:18
  5. 4 Lonely American Music Club 2:44
  6. 5 Pale Skinny Girl American Music Club 3:34
  7. 6 Blue and Grey Shirt American Music Club 3:33
  8. 7 Bad Liquor American Music Club 1:59
  9. 8 Now You're Defeated American Music Club 2:30
  10. 9 Jenny American Music Club 2:40
  11. 10 Western Sky American Music Club 3:28
  12. 11 Highway American Music Club 3:51
  13. 12 Last Harbor American Music Club 4:35

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