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O My Heart


Download links and information about O My Heart by Mother Mother. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:10 minutes.

Artist: Mother Mother
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:10
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No. Title Length
1. O My Heart 3:31
2. Burning Pile 4:22
3. Body of Years 4:38
4. Try to Change 4:01
5. Wisdom 3:27
6. Body 3:33
7. Ghosting 4:45
8. Hay Loft 3:01
9. Wrecking Ball 3:14
10. Arms Tonite 3:36
11. Miles 3:15
12. Sleep Awake 5:47



In some cases, artsy groups that delight in being self-indulgent and eccentric aren't terribly worried about accessibility. Their attitude is that if you appreciate and comprehend what they're doing, great — and if not, so be it. But Mother Mother's second album, O My Heart, is one of those CDs that achieves a healthy, attractive balance of accessibility and artsy experimentation. It isn't as though alternative pop/rock/folk-rock offerings such as "Wrecking Ball," "Arms Tonight," and "Wisdom" are apologetic about being quirky and skewed; in fact, this part-male, part-female group from Canada sound like they are having a great deal of fun providing off-center lyrics. But while O My Heart certainly doesn't go out of its way to be accessible lyrically, it is quite accessible musically. O My Heart has something that other "artsy-as-hell-and-proud-of-it" discs lack: hooks. There are hooks galore on this 2008 release. So even if listeners have a hard time absorbing a song's lyrics and figuring out what the song is trying to get across, Mother Mother's abundance of honest-to-God hooks make O My Heart easy to digest on a musical and melodic level. Musically, O My Heart is often infectious, and that musical infectiousness pulls the listener in regardless of how abstract the lyrics can be. Mother Mother showed a lot of promise on their appealing, if imperfect, debut album, Touch Up; they still have some growing and developing to do, but all things considered, O My Heart is a creative success for the Canadian unit.