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Tim Fite

Ain't Ain't Ain't

Anti 87187

Released on March 6, 2012


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Time Fite’s third album for ANTI-, Ain’t Ain’t Ain’t, completes the “Ain’t” trilogy he began with 2005’s acclaimed Gone Ain’t Gone and continued in 2008 with Fair Ain’t Fair. Both previous records received phenomenal response from music fans and esteemed publications such as The Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, San Francisco Bay Guardian, NPR and more. Unlike those albums, which were created using a collage of samples and addressed adult issues with a youthful exuberance, on Ain’t Ain’t Ain’t Fite played and recorded instruments in the studio. The leaner sound reveals Fite to be a classic songwriter of startling ability, who turns his eye to the trials and triumphs of youth and high school. The song “Joyriding” boasts a timeless car radio hook and a buoyant mood which perfectly captures the exhilaration and freedom of cruising with friends. Then there is the heartwrenching “We Are All Teenagers” which serves as the thematic centerpiece of the album. The track builds from an intimate lament on the awkwardness of the teen years to a magnificently cathartic Phil Spector-like crescendo about human frailty and the lost promise of youth. “This record is shamelessly clad in the high hopes of high-school hot pants, just as much as it is ashamed of its insecurities and aging self-awareness,” Fite explains. “Like cafeteria lunch tables, Ain’t Ain’t AIn’t is as vulnerable as it is invincible. I hope that anyone who knows what it is to be a teenager might see their reflection in these songs, and feel more alive.”

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