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The Stand-In


Download links and information about The Stand-In. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 39:31 minutes.

Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 39:31
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No. Title Length
1. No One To Call (Caitlin Rose) 2:37
2. I Was Cruel (Caitlin Rose) 3:34
3. Waitin (Caitlin Rose) 3:19
4. Only a Clown (Caitlin Rose) 3:38
5. Pink Champagne (Caitlin Rose) 4:05
6. Dallas (Caitlin Rose) 3:46
7. Golden Boy (Caitlin Rose) 3:45
8. Everywhere I Go (Caitlin Rose) 3:10
9. Silver Sings (Caitlin Rose) 2:56
10. When I'm Gone (Caitlin Rose) 3:29
11. Menagerie (Caitlin Rose) 2:42
12. Old Numbers (Caitlin Rose) 2:30



Though Caitlin Rose is based in Nashville and often associated with a traditional retro-country sound, it's not quite accurate to call her work country music. Despite certain stylistic tics that show up in her phrasing and arrangements, she balances many worlds. From the first blast of electric guitar on the opening track—"No One to Call," where the radio never plays the songs she likes—Rose channels a world far larger than one genre. The electric keyboards of "Waitin'" show what she can do with a tune redolent of Ben Folds Five. "Only a Clown" builds around a guitar-keyboard sound that's Americana rock in the Wilco tradition. "Pink Champagne" adds a pedal steel for a metropolitan adult contemporary country ballad of exquisite taste and flavor. "Everywhere I Go" uses an atmospheric backing that recalls the ambient textures once favored by U2. Traces of Patsy Cline can be heard in Rose's delivery, but the joyous musical bounce of "Menagerie" is too much its own thing to be anyone else's music.