Got A Girl ‎– I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now

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Did We Live Too Fast 3:50
I'lll Never Hold You Back 4:25
Close To You 4:35
Everywhere I Go 4:34
Last Stop 3:58
There's A Revolution 3:31
Things Will Never Be The Same 3:53
Put Your Head Down 3:59
Friday Night 3:22
La La La 4:10
Da Da Da 2:10
Heavenly 3:58

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Sm3n

Sm3n

April 5, 2018
referencing I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, LP, Album, BULK009
The matrix code is actualy: "1412000402", not "412000402".
The "IS" inscription is more like a roman number like: "IVI".
wordsforthepictures

wordsforthepictures

July 15, 2017
referencing I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, LP, Album, BULK009

Don't think She and Him; this is serious and cinematic. Closer to Lana Del Rey—Winstead sings in a smoky, silky purr—with killer songs and great beats. It's actually a great, egoless collaboration; Nakamura's grooves are laid back and in the pocket, just like the vocals. Neither is trying to outdo the other. Actually pretty close to Ivy, if you remember them.
croubie

croubie

April 14, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, CD, Album, BULK009
Just got my CD, markings are: BULK009 1412000235 on the print of the CD, and IFPI L329 around the inner ring on the music side. Barcode is 6 41412 00023 5. Text on the back is in French, sticker on shrinkwrap says "12 chansons Dan the Automator et Mary Elizabeth Winstead". Still says made in California. Also, it's a digipak case.
Not sure if this is a separate CD made for the French market, or if the original is also in French (because French is cool).