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Coming to Terms

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Download links and information about Coming to Terms by Carolina Liar. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 57:55 minutes.

Artist: Carolina Liar
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 15
Duration: 57:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. I'm Not Over 3:21
2. Coming to Terms 3:28
3. Last Night 3:50
4. Show Me What I'm Looking For 4:00
5. Simple Life 3:30
6. All That Sh** Is Gone 3:32
7. California Bound 3:59
8. Done Stealin' 3:38
9. Something to Die for 3:35
10. Beautiful World 4:06
11. Better Alone 3:51
12. When You Are Near 4:01
13. Open the Door 4:28
14. Hit Bottom 4:27
15. Undone 4:09

Details

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Frontman Chad Wolf hails from South Carolina and his bandmates are Swedish, but fans of sensitive-guy Britpop bands like Coldplay and the Verve will take an immediate liking to Carolina Liar's major label debut Coming to Terms. It's got synth-heavy riffs, crystalline production, an androgynous singer with heartthrob good looks, and love songs meant for romance. Indeed, just about anyone who likes well-crafted pop songs with lyrics that are equally witty and sentimental can get into this filler-free album, as every song is strong enough to either start or close a set with. Although the opening hit "I'm Not Over" is slathered in layers of studio wizardry, underneath it all stands a strong song with catchy melodies and lyrics that hinge on a universal empathy of being hung-up on someone. The wiry, new-wave influenced "Last Night" begs for fashionably hip young kids in angular haircuts to strut their stuff at a club that hosts DJs partial to Interpol and the Killers. "Show Me What I'm Looking For" is a heart-conquering ballad that's much too strong to be drowned under the aural condiments of its heavy production.