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Someone Else's Cake


Download links and information about Someone Else's Cake by Red Jacket Mine. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 33:27 minutes.

Artist: Red Jacket Mine
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 33:27
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No. Title Length
1. Amy 3:02
2. Nickel & Dime 2:30
3. Ron Nasty 3:23
4. Engineer 4:01
5. Skint City 3:28
6. Listen Up (...If the World Is Going To Hell) 2:24
7. Novelty's Gone 3:27
8. Better to be Broken than Blind 3:26
9. Someone Else's Cake 2:11
10. Have You Got a Permit to Preach On This Corner? 3:02
11. Bellar & Bawl 2:33



Many contemporary artists who push the power-pop button lean toward the genre's frenetic, three-chords-or-die approach, but Seattle's Red Jacket Mine favors more nuanced tactics. On Someone Else’s Cake, RJM (fronted by Memphis-bred tunesmith Lincoln Barr) focuses on that late-‘70s moment when warm, organic British pub rock began mutating into a more modern mode of power pop under the often-ambiguous umbrella of new wave. But Barr and his boys are far more than the rock 'n' roll equivalent of Civil War re-enactors—they roll these influences into a rucksack with a dash of ‘60s garage rock, the melodic sophistication of ‘70s art-pop crossover kings (see early Steely Dan, Todd Rundgren), and a touch of the Southern soul that's part of Barr’s musical birthright. Even with that fertile formula in place, Someone Else’s Cake keeps throwing curveballs; the steady-rolling groove of “Engineer,” for instance, could be a cousin of Norman Greenbaum’s “Spirit in the Sky,” while “Have You Got a Permit to Preach on This Corner?” takes a country road.