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Be My Thrill


Download links and information about Be My Thrill by The Weepies. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 38:31 minutes.

Artist: The Weepies
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 14
Duration: 38:31
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No. Title Length
1. Please Speak Well of Me 2:34
2. When You Go Away 2:21
3. Red Red Rose 2:51
4. I Was Made for Sunny Days 3:13
5. They're In Love, Where Am I? 2:23
6. Add My Effort 3:12
7. Be My Thrill 2:29
8. Be My Honeypie 2:10
9. Hummingbird 2:45
10. Hard to Please 4:12
11. Not a Lullaby 2:37
12. How Do You Get High? 2:36
13. Hope Tomorrow 1:59
14. Empty Your Hands 3:09



Like an earthier version of Sixpence None the Richer, the Weepies brew up a sound that's part Lilith Fair throwback, part coffeehouse folk, and part NPR-approved pop. Be My Thrill, the duo's third album, continues the same thread the Weepies have been spinning since their 2003 debut, with acoustic guitars and light boy/girl harmonies taking most of the spotlight. Deb Talan and Steve Tannen sing these songs like they're performing for their two-year-old son; their voices are soft and casual, their melodies whimsical, the arrangements tight and textured but rarely, if ever, overpowering. The song titles alone give away the album's cheery vibe — "I Was Made for Sunny Days," "Be My Thrill," "Be My Honeypie" — and even the titles that sound like sad ballads ("Hard to Please," "They're in Love, Where Am I?") are played with all the sunny cheer of a CW network TV soundtrack. There are drums here, but they share their time-keeping duties with tambourines, hand claps, and other light percussion; there are electric guitars, too, but they never take the spotlight. Instead, the focus is on homespun material, the sort of folk/pop fare that could be played on acoustic instruments around a campfire, and those who liked the Weepies' past albums will find more to enjoy here.