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Here, Here and Here


Download links and information about Here, Here and Here by Meg & Dia. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 51:21 minutes.

Artist: Meg & Dia
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 51:21
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No. Title Length
1. Going Away 3:25
2. Hug Me 3:25
3. What If 3:24
4. Are There Giants Too, In the Dance? 3:23
5. Inside My Head 4:23
6. Black Wedding 3:31
7. Bored of Your Love 3:02
8. One Sail 4:20
9. The Last Great Star In Hollywood 3:12
10. Agree to Disagree 3:41
11. Fighting for Nothing 4:25
12. Kiss You Goodnight 4:07
13. Here, Here and Here 4:14
14. What If (Remix) 2:49



Meg & Dia ride a creative growth spurt on their densely constructed and frequently inspired Here, Here and Here. The Utah-bred Frampton sisters have matured since 2007’s Something Real, adding more nuances to their fluffy yet brooding pop/rock. The blend of love and repulsion expressed in “Hug Me,” “Inside My Head,” and Kiss You Goodnight” takes some scrutiny to untangle; luckily, the music bristles with finely honed hooks and buoyant melodies — the jittery Latin vibe of “Black Wedding” and the honking country spunk of “Agree to Disagree” are stand-outs. Meg & Mia use the essential sweetness of their sound to deliver biting sentiments, as in the kiss-off ballad “Bored of Your Love” (featuring Plain White T’s vocalist Tim Higgenson as the clueless boyfriend). Pervading the album is a hunger for discovery, whether in terms of hitting the open road (“Going Away”) or connecting with one’s special muse (the title track). Diffuse but beguiling, Here, Here and Here is a noteworthy advance by this brash and brainy duo.