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Girls Can Tell


Download links and information about Girls Can Tell by Spoon. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Indie genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 36:03 minutes.

Artist: Spoon
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Indie
Tracks: 11
Duration: 36:03
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No. Title Length
1. Everything Hits At Once 4:04
2. Believing Is Art 4:19
3. Me and the Bean 3:33
4. Lines In the Suit 3:47
5. The Fitted Shirt 3:12
6. Anything You Want 2:16
7. Take a Walk 2:26
8. 1020 AM 2:10
9. Take the Fifth 3:56
10. This Book Is a Movie 3:33
11. Chicago At Night 2:47



Spoon's third album is a study in how to get a lot with a little: moody but deceptively raucous, it's also their most pared-down and eclectic. Songs like "Fitted Shirt" showed that the band had matured and broken away (sonically and songwriting-wise) from the early '90s smartypants postmodern milieu of Pavement and their ilk. That song alone has all the emotional resonance of a great song by Thin Lizzy, Creedence Clearwater Revival or Phil Ochs. Much of the album's lyrical content seems to deal with a breakup, however. The deceptively mellow "Everything Hits at Once" is an uncannily sober dissection of the sorrow of heartache while "10:20 AM" channels obsessed insomnia backed by a mellotron and acoustic guitar. At the time of this 2001 release, the Austin, TX-based trio had gone from a small label to a major then back to an indie again only to release what remains their most excellent and concerted effort, pound for pound.