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Dustin Kensrue

Please Come Home


Equal Vision 133

Released on January 23, 2007


It's rare that a singer/songwriter can credibly display dual sides of his musical personality—one who can quite thoroughly and convincingly operate in opposite realms of popular music. With Please Come Home, DUSTIN KENSRUE joins those elite musical ranks.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I Knew You Before Voted #2  19%
2 Pistol  13%
3 I Believe  5%
4 Please Come Home Voted #1  28%
5 Blood And Wine Voted #3  19%
6 Consider The Ravens  5%
7 Weary Saints  3%
8 Blanket Of Ghosts  8%
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Chris from London, ON Canada 
Mar 6 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't give out many 5's or least I am trying not to but this album is golden, kinda Bob Dylan(but better singing) meets Johnny Cash, but if you don't like folk rock and you like when Dustin did acoustic tracks of Thrice songs I still think you will love this CD, I downloaded it before I ordered it and by the time it came I knew every song off by heart because I had listened to it so many times. Anything Dustin Kensrue touches is the best album at the time, I loved every Thrice album and I love this album.

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