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The Year of Magical Drinking (Bonus Track Version)

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Download links and information about The Year of Magical Drinking (Bonus Track Version) by Apex Manor. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 39:53 minutes.

Artist: Apex Manor
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 39:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Southern Decline 2:51
2. Under the Gun 3:22
3. I Know These Waters Well 3:59
4. The Party Line 3:14
5. My My Mind 3:18
6. Teenage Blood 3:12
7. Elemental Ways of Speaking 4:00
8. Holy Roller 4:07
9. Burn Me Alive 3:30
10. Coming To 4:07
11. Secret Language (Bonus Track) 4:13

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Following the demise of the Broken West in 2009, Ross Flournoy and Brian Whelan moved on to form Apex Manor a year later, recruiting Adam Vine and Andy Creighton in the process. Since Flournoy is still the main songwriter there are some similarities between the two bands, yet Apex Manor sounds like a natural progression for Flournoy’s melding of melodic power-pop and roots rock. These 10 catchy and well-crafted tunes are delivered with style and grace by a band that has clearly gelled. Featuring a good mix of grit and polish, the songs are loose and jangly (“Southern Decline,” “Under the Gun,” “Coming To”), rollicking (“Teenage Blood”), winsome (“My My Mind,” “Holy Roller”), and gauzy and textured (“Burn Me Alive”). There’s an undercurrent of angst in the lyrics and overall sound, yet nothing heavy enough to suppress the charming, hook-filled goodness at the heart of the album.