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Curious Thing - Gin Blossoms - Major Lodge Victory (CD, Album)

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  1. The band released three albums and had several hits in the mid s, before breaking up in Five years later in , the band reunited, released a DVD, resumed touring, and promised a fourth album. Major Lodge Victory, the Gin Blossoms' first album in ten years, was released on August 8, on the Hybrid Recordings label.
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  2. Major Lodge Victory sounds as if it could have appeared in as the successor to Congratulations; it has the same friendly, relaxed feel as the Gin Blossoms' hits, equal parts power pop, post- REM jangle pop, and mainstream polish. It also suffers from the same problems as Congratulations, particularly in how it's more pleasant than memorable, as the songs all 6/
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  3. Talk about a band out of time. Even when the Gin Blossoms’ fabulous debut, New Miserable Experience (don’t let any music snob tell you that album doesn’t kick ass), dropped in , the music world was in the throes of a passionate love affair with the city of Seattle. In fact, it was another year after the album’s release before “Hey Jealousy” finally dented the Top
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  4. Aug 08,  · Curious Thing Lyrics: Here goes / Who knows / She's walking my way / Heading forever / And I could die today / For so long / I've worked on / Finding out her name / Something's happening / I just.
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  5. Gin Blossoms Lyrics "Curious Thing" Here goes, Who knows, She's walking my way. She's a world of mystery, She's a curious thing, It's messing with my mind again, She's a curious thing. She's a curious thing. She shines so brightly, Radiates on me. Mix me up, album: "Major Lodge Victory" () Learning The Hard Way. Come On Hard.
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  6. Aug 08,  · Album. Major Lodge Victory Gin Blossoms. Released August 8, Curious Thing Lyrics. Jet Black Sunrise Lyrics. .
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  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gin Blossoms - Major Lodge Victory at Discogs. Complete your Gin Blossoms collection/5(15).
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  8. Four years after Robin Wilson declared that he and his band mates “wanted to be Gin Blossoms again”, the quintessential 90’s jangle-pop-rockers released Major Lodge Victory, their first album in a decade. As the world hurled itself through the opening years of the new millennium, the Gin Blossoms sounded pleasurably dated.
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