Stars Hollow - Happy Again FLAC album
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Take out my spine Use it to hang me from the phone lines Take in the view of you To see you happy when I'm feeling blue I'm turning blue
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Let us play your living room. Something to prove we still exist while we disappear and record an album. I don't wanna grow old Sit together on a swingset And talk about how I wanna be a tadpole.
We're a band from Iowa.
Label: Head Above Water Records – HAW010. Band – Andrew Ferren (2), Jesse Ledbetter, Tyler Stodghill. Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Greg Lindholm.
The album revolves around a small, upper class, God-fearing town of the same name (the name Happy Hollow coming from the affluent Omaha, NE neighborhood surrounding Happy Hollow Blvd). Each track in the album tells a different story of faults that the inhabitants of Happy Hollow portray that seem at odds with the town's "perfect" image. The final track, "Hymns for the Heathen," is an afterword of the album, describing the concepts explored in each of the 14 tracks.
Happy Hollow is the fifth album by the American indie rock band Cursive. It was released on August 22, 2006 on Saddle Creek Records. The album is named after a neighborhood in Omaha, Nebraska. The album is the first since the departure of cellist Gretta Cohn whose instrumentation was a fixture of the band's 2003 release The Ugly Organ. The album features significant five-piece horn arrangements courtesy of Nate Walcott.
It is a close-knit community with many quirky characteristics, located roughly thirty minutes from Hartford. In the center of the town is a town square, complete with a gazebo and a statue of Casimir Pulaski. devoted entirely to peddling porcelain unicorns.