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Paperbacks

An Episode of Sparrows.

Pshaw! 3

Released on June 3, 2003

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Fronted by heartfelt lyricist Doug McLean whose earlier work with The Bonaduces and Painted Thin garnered strong regional and international support, An Episode of Sparrows is an offering sure to convince fans of Indie Rock, Power Pop and whatever you call it. Touching, thought provoking, romantic and tragic songs provide a sound that is uniquely the Paperbacks, ranging from dark and fragile to bright and blistering. A rare treat of a release that fails to grow stale with repeat listens.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I Suffer This Like A Dream  0%
2 Who Will Run The Starfish Hospital? Voted #3  11%
3 If I Make It Through This Winter Voted #2  33%
4 Local Celebrities  0%
5 Plans In Advance  0%
6 Bridge  0%
7 An Episode Of Sparrows Voted #1  50%
8 Perpertrator Of Art  0%
9 My Landscape Is Not Land  6%
10 Books As Furniture  0%
11 Raise A Styrofoam Cup  0%
12 Letters Vs. Numbers  0%
13 Clifton Square  0%
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James from Ypsilanti, MI 
Mar 13 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is excellent! What a great record. If you're a fan of The Weakerthans you will love this. It's catchy, honest, heartfelt, feel good rock that makes you wonder, 'how come these guys aren't on the radio'? Seriously, this album is that good. Awesome lyrics too. Buy it!










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