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Download links and information about March by Michael Penn. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:15:56 minutes.

Artist: Michael Penn
Release date: 1989
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:15:56
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No. Title Length
1. No Myth 4:09
2. Half Harvest 4:03
3. This & That 3:31
4. Brave New World 4:31
5. Innocent One 3:15
6. Disney's a Snow Cone/Bedlam Boys 5:12
7. Invisible 3:45
8. Cupid's Got a Brand New Gun 3:27
9. Big House 2:57
10. Battle Room 3:36
11. Evenfall 3:52
12. Long Way Down (Look What the Cat Drug In) 3:52
13. Free Time 4:12
14. Coal 3:33
15. Seen the Doctor 3:12
16. By the Book 3:46
17. Drained 3:59
18. Slipping My Mind 2:35
19. Strange Season 3:50
20. Bunker Hill 4:39



Michael Penn's debut album, March, released in late 1989, served notice there was another talented Penn brother, in addition to actors Sean and Chris. The album kicks off with one of the top singles of the winter of 1989-1990, "No Myth," and proceeds through an engrossing myriad of folk-tinged ballads and up-tempo rockers. Despite several literary allusions and the ponderous title and lyrics of "Cupid's Got a Brand New Gun," on the whole, Penn doesn't take himself too seriously. "Brave New World" is an absurd Dylan-esque hodgepodge of rhyme, and "Big House" is devoted to the childhood prank of ringing doorbells, then running. The coda is "Evenfall," maybe the best '60s "frat rock" song since the '60s, with a horn section that makes you want to dance until the campus police close down the party.