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Peace And Quiet - Waxahatchee - Cerulean Salt (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 05,  · Cerulean Salt is the second studio album by American indie musician Waxahatchee, released on March 5, on Don Giovanni Records. Co-produced by Swearin' members, Kyle Gilbride and Keith Spencer, the album was recorded in primary recording artist Katie Crutchfield's basement.5/5(3).
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  2. Buy Waxahatchee's album titled Cerulean Salt. Cerulean Salt. by Waxahatchee | Read Reviews. CD $ $ Save 5% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 5%. CD. $ Vinyl LP. $ View All Available Formats & barcountfitmaduseshoyracalromarda.coinfo: $
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  3. Cerulean Salt is the second studio album by American indie musician Waxahatchee, released on March 5, on Don Giovanni Records. Co-produced by Swearin' members, Kyle Gilbride and Keith Spencer, the album was recorded in primary recording artist Katie Crutchfield's basement.
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  4. Waxahatchee - Peace and Quiet Lyrics. Indepedent alabaster, The radio can't hear the words. You grow as big as the ocean. Soon they will and destroy. But you can run, You can hid.
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  5. Mar 05,  · Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee is one of the greatest songwriters of her generation, and Cerulean Salt is her finest moment yet. This album has a great mix of quiet acoustic songs and loud guitar-heavy songs, and they flow together seamlessly. The lyrics are pure poetry, and the melodies will stick in your head for days/5(32).
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  6. Find release reviews and credits for Cerulean Salt - Waxahatchee on AllMusic Main Album Cerulean Salt. Release Date July 9, Label. Wichita. Format CD. Release Info. Studio Recording ; Catalog # WEBB CD. Submit Corrections. Waxahatchee Cerulean Salt (CD - .
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  7. Jan 24,  · Photos by Ryan Russell. The first thing you hear on "Peace and Quiet", the new song from Katie Crutchfield's solo project Waxahatchee, is an .
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  8. This is just an incredibly generic indie rock album, in always everysingle way. It has female driven vocals, a tone and lyrics that remind me of midwest emo, and lots of guitars distortion. Unfortunatly it has none of the songwriting or performance to make this one sell.
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