Its not really a live album, but its certainly an experience. Four months of studio time culminate in thirteen interwoven tracks that ultimately find Tim Kinsellas inceptive lyrical style and primarily acoustic backdrop breathing comfortably alongside the bands well-documented fetish for electronic embellishment. And the album artwork? Lets just say that well probably never meet another group of artists who are committed enough to rebuild the sets and reenact the scenes of an obscure foreign film for the sake of an album sleeve.

Its not really a live album, but its certainly an experience. Four months of studio time culminate in thirteen interwoven tracks that ultimately find Tim Kinsellas inceptive lyrical style and primarily acoustic backdrop breathing comfortably alongside the bands well-documented fetish for electronic embellishment. And the album artwork? Lets just say that well probably never meet another group of artists who are committed enough to rebuild the sets and reenact the scenes of an obscure foreign film for the sake of an album sleeve.

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Live In Chicago, 1999

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Format: CD
Label: ADA MOD AFW
Catalog: 1042
Rel. Date: 06/08/1999
UPC: 792258104226

Live In Chicago, 1999
Artist: Joan Of Arc
Format: CD
New: Not on Hand, Let us get it for you
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1. It's Easier to Drink on an Empty Stomach Than Eat on a Broken He
2. Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?
3. If It Feels/ Good, Do It
4. Live in Chicago, 1999
5. None of Them Common, (I'm 5 Senses)
6. Me (Plural)
7. I'm Certainly Not Pleased With My Options For the Future
8. When the Parish School Dismisses and the Children Running Sing
9. Thanks For Chicago, Mr. James
10. Pioneering New Emotions, (In Fact I'm)
11. Better De'd Than Read
12. Sympathy For the Rolling Stones
13. All Until the Greens Reveal Themselves at Dawn

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Its not really a live album, but its certainly an experience. Four months of studio time culminate in thirteen interwoven tracks that ultimately find Tim Kinsellas inceptive lyrical style and primarily acoustic backdrop breathing comfortably alongside the bands well-documented fetish for electronic embellishment. And the album artwork? Lets just say that well probably never meet another group of artists who are committed enough to rebuild the sets and reenact the scenes of an obscure foreign film for the sake of an album sleeve.